When to Apply for SS Benefits

By Gabrielle Baines Posted on

People don’t always hate their jobs; sometimes they love it. Sometimes, they would rather keep working while they feel like they still have the energy to keep doing so, before cashing in their retirement chips. Is there any real danger in postponing an application for Social Security benefits? The answer is: YES! You could lose Read More

Shingles Vaccine Shortage

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If you are in the┬áhabit of getting vaccinated for shingles, you may be forced to wait. Shingrix — which is the vaccine for shingles prevention — has been such a sought after thing that its maker, Glaxo-SmithKline hasn’t been able to produce enough supply to keep up with the demand. This particular vaccine is recommended Read More

A Brief History of American Medical Insurance

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SeniorQuote has posted similar articles before on the history of medical insurance in America, specifically in regard to Medicare and sometimes even social security. Today we’d like to refer you to another wonderful article summarizing American Medical Insurance, speicifically in regards to why and how it came to be so expensive, and what the high Read More