Turning 65? How to avoid a pricey Medicare misstep

(By – Kelli B. Grant, www.cnbc.com)

As Medicare celebrates its 50th anniversary, consumers may find there’s still plenty about the government program that’s tough to cheer about, if they’re not careful about their choices. “I don’t think Medicare is very user friendly, although they have tried to be,” said economist Alice Rivlin, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Read more…


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