Long Term Care Insurance News
Families detail victims' lives: 'Nothing but good memories'
Families and friends across the United States and Canada are mourning _ and celebrating _ the lives of at least 59 people who died when a gunman opened fire on a concert in Las Vegas Sunday night
Election Cycle Stage 1: The First Presidential Debate
ABC News' Michael Koenigs gears up for his 1,000 mile ride--meeting mentors and voters along the way to Hofstra University where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump squared off in their first presidential debate.
The Basics of Breastfeeding For Moms
Sara Haines visits Yummy Mummy, a lactation one stop shop in NYC to get all of her questions answered.
Understand Medicare to Get the Most Out of It
During their entire working lives, Americans pay into the Medicare system, yet many fail to understand the basics of how it works and how to use it. Medicare is government-sponsored health insurance for Americans 65 and older. As with any insurance, the goal is to get the most out of it for the
Bengals Re-Sign Devon Still to Pay for Daughter's Cancer Treatment
Still's 4-year-old daughter was diagnosed with stage 4 pediatric cancer in June.
The Risks of Failing to Plan for Long-Term Care Costs
You have planned for a comfortable retirement: where you want to live, how much you want to travel, how you would like to spend your days – and how you’re going to pay for it all. One thing that could derail this plan financially is your health. The related financial problem doesn’t stem from
Rob Lowe: 'It Makes Me Proud and Breaks My Heart' to Watch My Kids Grow Up
The Actor Opens Up About Being an Empty Nester and Watching His Parents Age
Dem Support for Tweaks to Obamacare Peaks on 48th Try
Like it or not, President Obama could soon be signing into law the eighth change to the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, since the health care overhaul was enacted in 2010. On their 48th attempt to tinker with the president’s signature law since...
Top 9 Financial Planning Tips for Single Parents
Long-term financial planning for single parents has its challenges. "Losing a job or becoming ill can be more catastrophic as a single parent than if you are part of a two-income couple," says Jan Cullinane, author of AARP's "The Single Woman's Guide to Retirement." Additionally, because mothers in
Woman Believes She Has Finally Found the One
Act 4: Inspired by the new man in her life, Remee Jo Lee trades in bikinis for pants at her new job.