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End-of Life Planning: Make it Simple For Loved Ones

While we don’t like to dwell on death, it’s a fact that we’re all going to pass at some point.

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Retirement: Do it Right by Planning to Do it Twice

There’s the retirement that looks like the commercials: biking, travel, enjoying the family. And then there’s the one where you can’t get up the stairs anymore.

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Aging Alone: Putting In Place An A-Team Of Allies

Millions of older adults are in a similar situation, peering into an uncertain future without knowing whom they can count on to be at their side.

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Do You Suffer From A Longevity Disconnect?

Too many of us don’t realize that this boost in lifespan means we need to fund a retirement that could last for 20 or 30 years. This is what’s known as the longevity disconnect.

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Learn How to Plan Support, Care For Yourself And Your Parents

The holidays are a time for family gatherings, and it’s a good bet that at many of them, a couple of the adult “kids” huddled together and asked, “Do you think it’s time for mom and dad to live somewhere else?”

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It’s OK to Spend Money on Yourself … Really

Chronic under spenders can be so terrified about running out of money that they put off health care, ignore needed home repairs or descend into hoarding.

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