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    Housing Costs, Some Relief is Available

    Housing costs in Colorado both for owners, and renters continue to soar. Homeowners may realize that downsizing is important. But, the cost of a new, smaller home may not be affordable. Homes that are paid for or have a low mortgage payment often cost less than a new mortgage or renting. The cost of renting …

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    2018 Medicare Updates

    By Eileen Doherty Open enrollment for Medicare beneficiaries begins October 15 and ends December 7, 2017. Medicare beneficiaries need to review their current health insurance coverage primarily for prescription drugs through Medicare Part D. For those individuals who are currently enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan and want to change plans or return to original …

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    Medicaid Benefits Help to Pay for Long Term Care

    By Eileen Doherty Today, most Americans have had experience with a loved one who has suffered from Alzheimer’s, a stroke or other debilitating chronic disease that has forced them to seek long term care. For many people, the opportunity to age in place in their own home is the best option, but sometimes people need …

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    Mandatory Medicare Cuts Loom Making Care for Beneficiaries More Difficult

    Repealing an unelected, unaccountable federal bureaucratic panel – which could institute drastic, arbitrary Medicare cuts this spring – is a priority for Colorado Medicare beneficiaries including seniors and people with disabilities. Despite the sharp partisan divide in Washington over the shape of healthcare policy, eliminating this panel is a focus of emerging agreement among Democrats …

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    Boomers Pave the Way for Changing the “Later Years”

    Ever thought you might want to xeriscape your yard to reduce maintenance in your later years, save a few bucks on home repairs, or spend a summer being a camp host in a national park. These and many other opportunities such as learning how to download apps on your cellphone or communicate with your grandchildren …

  • Salute-to-Seniors-2017

    Salute To Seniors, Creative Aging

    Salute To Seniors, Creative Aging Saturday, June 24, 2017 • 9:00 am – 3:30 pm Colorado Convention Center • Mile High Ballroom 700 14th St. Denver, CO 80202 Free Admission, Free Parking at the Pepsi Center Reservations Suggested: www.senioranswers.org or 1-855-880-4777 Entertainment Schedule 9:00 a.m. Doors Open 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Resource Fair Wellness …

  • Colorado Gerontological Society via 50 Plus Marketplace News for northern Colorado seniors

    Baby Boomers Pave the Way for Changing the ‘Later Years’

    Ever thought you might want to xeriscape your yard to reduce maintenance in your later years, save a few bucks on home repairs, or spend a summer being a camp host in a national park. These and many other opportunities are demonstrated at the upcoming Salute to Seniors in downtown Denver. Historically, the later years …

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    ACA: How It Will Effect Medicare Beneficiaries

    In 2028, Medicare Part A Health Insurance Trust Fund is projected to cover about 87% of the costs for hospital care, skilled rehabilitation, home health and hospice care. Without changes to the payroll taxes, it is projected that only 79% of the claims will be paid by 2040. Medicare Part B (physician and other services) …

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    Homestead Exemption May Be Victim Of State Budget Cuts

    More than 200,000 Colorado seniors who have lived in their own homes for ten years or more and who are over age 65 take advantage of the Senior Homestead Exemption. This voter approved referendum in 2000 gives seniors a 50% exemption on the first $200,000 of residential property’s market value. In 2002, approximately 120,000 seniors …

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    Most Changes Affecting Seniors Require Public Debate

    While the United States has elected a new president and the Colorado legislature has started a new session, many seniors and their families are calling to ask how the changes may affect them. The short answer. We don’t know. The current efforts are to change federal programs either through the budget reconciliation process or through …

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