Bob and Andy talk with an expert about how to get the Medicare coverage you
need without paying more than you should.
Radio Show Highlights
Social Security Strategies
Managing Medicare Open Enrollment
Understanding Capital Gains
In this week’s show, Bob and Andy talk with Philip Moeller, author and Fellow at the Center for Aging and Work at Boston College, about how to
get the Medicare coverage you need without paying more than you should as you work through this year’s Medicare open enrollment period.
Also in this week’s show:
Kelly O’Donnell discusses special considerations women must take into account when planning for retirement and how
women can best use their 401(k) account with their Social Security benefits to create a better income stream.
Since fund companies are posting their capital gains estimates this time of year, Bob and Andy discuss what capital
gains distributions are, what about them to pay attention to and what you should and shouldn’t be doing with your taxable accounts.
Bob and Andy talk with listeners about timely topics such as the election results and the Medicare open enrollment
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