Larry Brilliant, the Epidemiologist who helped defeat smallpox, warned of a pandemic in 2006. He says we can beat the novel coronavirus—but first, we need lots more testing. Read for more on Steven Levy’s interview with Larry Brilliant.
COVID-19 does not just kill people over a certain age. Studies on the victims requiring ICU level care and the COVID-19 death rate point to reasons why we should all physically self-isolate.
Many people may experience a loss of income due to illness or workplace closures. These resources include steps you can take to help protect your finances during the Coronavirus pandemic.
In other years, we would easily brush aside a little sore throat, a feverish feeling, even being short of breath after climbing a flight of stairs. This spring, we wonder. Is it time to get our affairs in order? Are your legal documents ready in case you are hospitalized due to illness?
In this article on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website, they detail people who are at risk for serious illness from the Coronavirus COVID-19 and what you should do now and if you become ill.
An expert shares about Coronavirus (Covid-19) protection including precautions to take and what to stock up on during this potentially catastrophic pandemic.
Retirement plans such as 401ks, 403bs and traditional IRAs are funded with pre-tax money, grow free of income (but not capital gains) tax and are taxed on withdrawal. Read more for ways to save on taxes when leaving retirement plan assets to your heirs.
Our biggest challenge during retirement may well be living on a fixed (after inflation, a declining) income while medical costs rise – especially at the end of life. What happens with property taxes, Medicare and Social Security when you turn 65? Plan now! Read more for what you should know as you approach the big day.
Most people are not aware of inheritance taxes imposed by other states or countries or of the U.S. estate taxes which may be imposed even on non-citizen spouses who are permanent residents.
Choosing the right hospital and the right hospice program can make all the difference. We want to decide where we receive care and who will provide it. These points will help you make the right decision for the care you need and want.