Surprise! Congress Takes Steps to Curb Unexpected Medical Bills

Most Americans tell pollsters they’re worried about being able to afford an unexpected medical bill. In December, Congress passed a bill to allay some of those fears. Specifically, the legislation addresses those charges that result from a long-running practice in which out-of-network medical providers send insured Americans “surprise bills,” sometimes for tens of thousands of dollars.

For Boomers Reframing Aging, Age-Proofing A Home Won’t Come Cheap

Dennis and Chris Cavner, in their early 70s, are preparing to move less than two blocks away into a 2,720-square-foot, ranch-style house they bought this year. But first a renovation is underway, taking the 45-year-old property all the way back to its studs.