The standard Medicare Part B monthly premium will be $134 in 2018 (or higher, depending on your income), the same amount as in 2017. Here's a look at how much you can expect to pay for Medicare Part B premiums in 2018. Medicare Part B payments are prevented by law from reducing Social Security
With the U.S. unemployment rate dropping to a 17-year low of 4.1 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most educated and skilled workers are already employed. At the same time, companies eager to grow alongside the bustling economy are grinding to find great new candidates to fill the
Medicare beneficiaries are entitled to a variety of preventive tests and services once they sign up for Medicare. Here are some of the preventive services Medicare beneficiaries are eligible to take advantage of. This one-time doctor's office appointment is covered with no out-of-pocket costs during
The Facebook data privacy scandal shows that as smart as artificial intelligence gets, it is still not up to many critical job tasks. Facebook is adding 10,000 jobs this year alone as a result.
Melinda Gates says that to be successful you must continuously learn new skills throughout your career.
Retirees have lots of opportunities to make extra money by taking on part-time jobs, starting a business and joining the gig economy. For example, the typical Uber driver makes a median profit of $8.55 to $10 per hour, according to calculations by the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
As you begin working on MBA applications and tailoring your resume for that purpose, you may worry that something in your employment history will negatively affect your chances of admission. In most instances, ...
If you're thinking of taking benefits early and investing that money, beware of the risks. It's hard to beat the guaranteed return you will get by waiting to claim your benefits.
A searchable online program and app meant to help soldiers make a smoother transition to civilian life, which cost the federal government $1.1 million just over a year ago, will be mothballed at the end of the month, CBC News has learned. The decommissioning of the METPathfinder system comes after the
Based on projected account balances in 2050, 39 percent of workers in such auto-enrollment strategies would have balances large enough to let them delay claiming Social Security by at least one year, new research shows.
This is one of the biggest frustrations job seekers face. Companies reported that employee referrals beat out the other hiring methods, including applications from Indeed, current employees, candidates sourced by company recruiters, candidates from the company career website, candidates from CareerBuilder
When it comes to adulthood, most young people feel unprepared to deal with real-world finances. That's why parents should have conversations with their children about money more often and starting at a younger age.
Baby boomers still in the workforce are twice as worried about having enough money for their retirement as retired boomers. Here's what those retirees know that the rest of us don't.
While most baby boomers who have retired don’t worry about saving, the majority of baby boomers who haven’t retired do worry. Sharon Epperson has the top lessons these retired baby boomers have already learned about saving.
The Social Security full retirement age is 66 for most baby boomers, and you receive a smaller monthly payout if you sign up at a younger age. Here's how to sign up for Medicare while delaying claiming Social Security. Social Security and Medicare are separate decisions.
In his first press conference as chairman, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell answers questions about staff economic forecasting and what would cause the Fed to hike four times this year.
Before they married, Jorge and Nicole Valens made an agreement: If they ever had children, they both would continue to prioritize their careers. "The one thing my wife and I were very clear about was, no matter how well we did financially or whose paycheck was the biggest, we would both work,"
Health care may be one of the largest expenses in your retirement budget. A couple who retired in 2017 can expect to spend an average of $275,000 for health care costs throughout retirement, according to Fidelity Investments. To avoid potential costs in the future, look for ways to improve your overall
Employers want to get a good sense of a prospective employee, according to Amazon recruiter Miriam Park.
Despite new details about government help for seasonal workers caught in what they call a "black hole" — the gap between the end of employment insurance and the start of seasonal employment — protests against EI cuts continue on the Acadian Peninsula. Another protest was held Wednesday in