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Some facts about reverse mortgages

Oct 27th, 2021 | By

You’ve saved up a nice little nest egg to fund your retirement, but despite all of your hard work scrimping and saving, you’re worried you might need some extra income to fully enjoy your golden years. A reverse mortgage can be a great way to access additional funds by tapping into the equity you’ve built
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Medicare 101: The five types of plans to think about during open enrollment

Oct 27th, 2021 | By

Open enrollment for 2022 Medicare health insurance runs until Dec. 7., and for Washington’s 1.3 million Medicare beneficiaries, the process can be confusing—especially when it comes to choosing the right plan. As a first step, it’s important to know the different types of Medicare health insurance. These include Original Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Supplemental (Medigap) and
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Anti-vaccination ‘horse pucky’ irritates 95-year-old

Oct 27th, 2021 | By
Anti-vaccination ‘horse pucky’ irritates 95-year-old

Ninety-five-year-old Hugh McMillan doesn’t want to hear why you haven’t been vaccinated for COVID-19. The World War II and Central Intelligence Agency veteran says now is no time for excuses. “Stay alive and keep your kids alive and keep your neighbors alive,” the longtime Key Peninsula resident said. “Get the shot.” Just more than 50
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What women should know about bladder cancer

Oct 27th, 2021 | By
What women should know about bladder cancer

Karen S. was a long-time oncology nurse when she got her own cancer diagnosis at age 54. What she thought had been recurrent urinary tract infections was revealed to be bladder cancer. This year, nearly 19,500 women nationwide will be diagnosed with bladder cancer. And while research shows that bladder cancer is more prevalent among
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