The Secure Act: Making Retirement a Little Easier

American Senior Alliance started our non profit 4 years ago with the simple mission, to fight for our older Americans and protect their hard earned dollars. 

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Bipartisan Congressional Effort Underway to Reinstate Social Security Statements

In a difficult 2017 decision to control costs, the Social Administration decided to discontinue sending Social Security statements in the mail.

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Law Enforcement Stepping Up to Fight Medicare and Medicaid Fraud

It is vital for law enforcement to fight health care fraud to protect our citizens and the economy.  Even though there are only a few providers engaging in fraud, it raises the cost of care for everyone.  If we all pitch in together, we can help prevent health care fraud.

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5 Reasons Why Laughter is the Best Medicine

Who doesn't enjoy a huge belly laugh?  No matter your age, health experts say laughter is good for the mind, heart and soul.

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National Family Caregivers Month: A Reason to Celebrate

November is the appropriate month to celebrate our caregivers with National Family Caregivers Month.

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Pharmacists Are Key Members of Our Health Care Team

Many of us have heart warming stories about our pharmacists.  October just so happens to be American Pharmacists Month and the perfect time to show our appreciation by bringing awareness to such a trusted profession. 

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Top 3 Ways for Seniors to Avoid Charity Scams

As we approach the holiday season, it is important to know, America has some of the finest non-profits in the world, but occasionally there may be one out there that may disappoint us. 

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How to End Surprise Billing Without Threatening Access to Care for Seniors, Rural Patients

For seniors and others living on fixed incomes, keeping up with the rising costs of health care and prescription drugs is difficult enough. Surprise billing—which happens when patients, often unknowingly, receive out-of-network medical care and are later hit with astronomically high bills for the cost of care not covered by insurance—only makes the situation that much worse.

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Seniors Continue Putting in the Work and Setting the Example for All of Us

Whether it is out of financial necessity or simply to keep the mind occupied and sharp, senior citizens are choosing to work now more than ever.

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September is National Preparedness Month - Do You Have a Plan?

We all remember the tragedy of September 11, 2001.  No matter our age, we remember where we were and what we were doing on that historical day

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