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Retirement's "Dirty Dozen"

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Worried about what can send your retirement plan off-track?

Who hasn't? Whether you are planning for retirement or already retired, the past few years have made most of us more aware of what can go wrong with the best laid plans.

Here are the "daunting twelve" challenges to retirement expectations, according to new research from the MetLife Mature Market Institute about thinking about retirement in uncertain times...

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When is the Right Time to Buy Long term Care Insurance?

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Tags: Long Term Care, long term care insurance

The simple answer is: when you are healthy enough to qualify for long term care insurance coverage.

But, most of us are looking for a bit more definitive guidance. For example, is this something I plan for when I'm in my 50s or 60s? And a new report on long-term care insurance provides some helpful hints about how much it costs and when people buy long-term care insurance.

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Medicare Advantage Plan Not A Good Fit?

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Tags: Medicare, Medicare supplement plans

If you find that your Medicare Advantage plan doesn't fit your needs, you may still be able to change to another type of plan. But you need to act quickly, before the Feb. 14 deadline to dis-enroll.

Here's how it works. If you're unhappy with your Medicare Advantage plan you have the following options until Feb. 14 when the dis-enrollment period ends:

You can drop your Medicare Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare (Part A and Part B).

If your Medicare Advantage plan had drug coverage, you can sign up for a stand-alone Part D prescription drug plan.

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