Health Care

Understand the impact of health care costs on your investments and retirement plans, including Medicare, HSAs, and long-term care. Or explore other financial planning topics:

Working in Retirement: How Does It Affect Social Security and Medicare?

If you've retired but are considering returning to work, be aware that your decision may affect your Social Security and Medicare benefits.

Traveling? Medicare Might Not Cover You

Three ways Medicare can fall short when traveling—and how to fill the gaps.

How to Protect Your Finances as You Age

An unfortunate reality of aging is the natural decline in cognition. Here's how to help protect your finances.

Financial Considerations of Moving Abroad

More and more Americans are establishing second homes abroad. Here's how to prepare your finances before making the move.

Is an HSA a Good Deal?

Especially for someone just starting out, contributing to an HSA has benefits that go beyond paying for healthcare.

65 and Still Working: Should You Enroll in Medicare?

If you work past age 65, deciding when to enroll in Medicare depends on the size of your employer—and more.

The Benefits of Estate Planning in Your Prime

Three elements of estate planning that can benefit from early action.

Will Medicare Cover Me When I'm Traveling?

Will Medicare cover you when traveling? It depends not only on where you go but also your type of Medicare policy.

Retiring Single: 5 Questions to Help You Plan

If you're a single retiree, you face special considerations for everything from saving enough to planning for incapacity. These five questions will help you get ahead of any potential challenges.

Potential, Long-Term Benefits of Investing Your HSA

Health savings accounts are for more than just routine medical expenses. By investing a portion of your account, you can potentially grow your funds tax-free.