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Attention Seniors Trump’s Budget Coming For Your Medicare Benefits

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Save Money By Gutting Senior’s Medicare! #seniors #trumpbudget #budget #medicare #benefits #ruralmoney #rural #money On the campaign trail, Trump promised — repeatedly — he wouldn’t cut Medicare benefits, but that was then: Trump promised over and over to ‘save’ Medicare. He also promised to save Medicaid and Social Security. Will he? This is now: Seniors will pay the price for Trump’s Medicare cuts. Trump released his 2019 budget last week, and it included $266 billion in cuts to Medicare, which provides health insurance to 58 million Americans 65 and older and people with certain disabilities. Howard Gleckman, a contributor for Forbes, breaks down the proposed changes: What Trump’s Budget Would Mean For Seniors — Medicare drug benefit would be restructured to reduce costs for some beneficiaries but raise them for others. “Trump has proposed eliminating cost-sharing for seniors with very high prescription drug costs, but at the same time he’d increase out-of-pocket expenses…

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Tengia Offer Seniors A Better Way To Use Skills After Retirement


Exclusive Jobs For Experienced Professional Seniors At Tengia, a California based company, they believe America’s 65 plus community should be given more than just senior discounts or “over the hill” novelties. Every 8 seconds, 10,000 people turn 65 and become seniors every day. But, society is doing little to embrace and celebrate these older workers of which many are experienced professionals. Today, 13% of Americans are 65 plus and by 2030, almost 20% of the nation’s population will be 65 plus. Many of them will retire without a financial umbrella. As a result, they will be looking for employment. As a population enthralled by youth culture, the U.S. has lost value for institutional wisdom. Younger generations are falling more out of touch with seniors. Older individuals are ostracized, labeled as has-beens, liabilities, takers not givers, and are falling prey to age discrimination in the workplace. Yet, Americans are living longer…

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