Archive for the ‘Healthcare’ Category

Life Expectancy and Costs

Do you know your life expectancy?  What does life expectancy really mean, and why should we care?  These are the questions I answer in my video this newsletter. Therefore, you should watch my video. Hi there, Mike Brady with Generosity Wealth Management, a comprehensive, full service, wealth management firm headquartered here in Boulder, Colorado. Today I want to talk about life expectancy and withdrawals and Medicare and Social Security, etc. To be honest with you I only have three or four minutes so I’m only going to give you a little teaser and then I’m going to follow up in ... Read More

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Planning for Future Healthcare Costs

With all the discussion around Obamacare, I thought I’d include a whitepaper on planning for future healthcare. It’s pretty tricky–I’m not going to lie. I have a great program that extrapolates out into the future estimates for specific healths, age, lifestyle, tax brackets, etc. I have to admit it’s pretty cool. If you’d like me to do one for you (complimentary of course), let me know. In the meantime, here’s the whitepaper: Planning for Future Healthcare Costs Read More

Volatility, Healthcare in Retirement

It’s my belief the volatility we’ve seen in the past few weeks, months, and year will continue going forward. I also believe that more active management may make sense to take advantage of this market condition. I talk about this in my video. I also discuss the rising healthcare costs in your future and that I have software that will estimate what lump sum you may need upon retirement to fund your healthcare under certain assumptions. Fun stuff! Click on video to hear more! TRANSCRIPT: Hi there, Mike Brady with Generosity Wealth Management, here in Boulder, Colorado. And I am ... Read More

Medicare Rate Cut Delapyed — for 1 Month

I believe that the coming 2 to 3 years will be pivotal in how our changing government relationship with medical care will affect the healthcare industry. “Duh?” you say?……. I bring this up because this is a huge part of our economy and it will have an impact on your portfolio and personal expenses. Unfortunately, the early signs are not encouraging. Recently the 23% cut in federal Medicare reimbursements to doctors has been delayed….for 1 month. To do: What is your healthcare exposure in your portfolio?  CLICK FOR FULL ARTICLE: MEDICARE RATE CUT DELAYED   Read More

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