Social security, Medicare, and pensions: get the most out of your retirement and medical benefits
G.K. Hall & Co., Dec 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 668 pages
Are you 55 or over? Do you know someone who is? This book shows you how to get the most retirement and pension income and get the best medical coverage. Find out what benefits are available and how to claim them as quickly and as easily as possible. Learn how and when to qualify for and claim all benefits. Beat the high cost of medical care. Get the most from private pensions and 401 (k)s. Get practical advice on how to handle every step of the process.
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