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Author: Matthew Davis

#214 Find The Top Retirement Cities In California

The glamorous sun-and-surf image of California in reality applies to only a tiny strip of expensive coastline in this enormously diverse and beautiful state. Finding affordable options for retirement in the Golden State means opening your mind geographically, although even in the less-expensive a... see more

#192 Four Ways to Protect Your Credit Score

If you haven't been in the habit of checking your credit card accounts online every day, now's the time to start. The well-known credit card hacking of Target and other retailers should be incentive enough to start paying attention to your accounts. But there are other good reasons why staying on... see more

#119 Biggest Life Insurance Companies in the US (PRU, MET)

The life insurance market in the United States is both massive and highly competitive. In 2014, roughly 180 million Americans carried some form of life insurance. In the same year, more than 900 life insurers reported a total of nearly $147 billion worth of direct premiums written across the coun... see more

#74 Find The Top Retirement Cities In The Philippines

The Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands, bordered by Taiwan to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the east, Indonesia and Malaysian Borneo to the south, and the South China Sea to the west. A substantial expat community enjoys everything the country is famous for – beaches,... see more

#52 Owe Taxes? You Could Lose Your Passport

For starters, if you owe taxes, you should pay them. It's the law. Not everyone who owes taxes, however, is a crook. People do make mistakes, and the U.S. tax code is complicated enough that errors can happen despite best intentions.That's why some people are troubled by a provision buried... see more

#49 Filling In The Medicare Gaps

Millions of taxpayers age 65 and over depend heavily on Medicare to pay for healthcare costs once they retire or become otherwise ineligible for private group or individual health coverage. However, Medicare does not provide comprehensive coverage for all types of medical expenses; most Medicare ... see more

#47 The Proposed Medicare Drug Rules & Senior Health

The federal government is looking for a solution to the high and rising prescription drug prices that Medicare and seniors who use Medicare Part B pay. In 2015 the government's share of these costs – in other words, the taxpayers' share – was $20 billion. Medicare Part B pays for certain anti... see more

#8 Early Bird Doesn't Get The Social Security Worm

Here's an eye-opening statistic: 73% of Americans who are collecting Social Security (SS) today are receiving less than their full benefit. That's right — they may not be getting their just deserts.That's because we all have options when it comes to collecting Social Security benefits. A... see more

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