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Retirement Priorities

Jul 17, 2017
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As people are living longer, a big question is how to support this expanded life span. Catherine Collinson tells us about Americans' retirement priorities, as reported in a recent study.  

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Hector tells us what's on the horizon with Medicare. 

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How much do you need for retirement? Catherine discusses the factors that will lead you to the right conclusions.

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Hector discusses the findings of The Cleveland Clinic's survey of over 1,000 adults regarding their heart health.

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On today's Clear Path, Hector talks about the contentious or beneficial (depending on who you ask) aspect of the Affordable Care Act: the employer mandate.

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As we live longer into our 80's and even 90's, planning your retirement can be challenging. How are people planning their finances into those later golden years.

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On today's episode of Clear Path, Greg talks about how the big plans to replace the Affordable Care Act did not succeed in these early days of the new administration. Nonetheless, there are rumors of plans to strengthen the Affordable Care Act. Hector De La Torre goes into detail on new developments.

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This week on ClearPath, we look at job changers and retirement options. If those job changers have been saving for retirement at the workplace they have to decide what to do with their retirement assets. Catherine guides us through some of their choices. 

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Today's Clear Path looks at the expansion of Medicaid for lower income adults and children and how changes to the ACA could impact this coverage. Hector De La Torre tells us more. 

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With all the changes to health insurance, one aspect that is talked about less but impacts millions of Americans is the expansion of Medicaid health insurance. Hector De La Torre discusses Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act and what happens if the ACA is repealed.

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