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Start Early To Get Your House Retirement-Ready

Many people want to remain in their homes after they retire rather than move to a senior living facility or community. Unfortunately, most homes aren’t set up to help us age safely and affordably.

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Money, retirement, life expectancy

Life Expectancy: Underestimation Risks Financial Security

Social Security’s life expectancy calculator predicts I’ll live to about 86. An insurance company’s version says I should expect to die at 98.

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Open Enrollment

How To Save Money During Medicare Open Enrollment

By using the open enrollment period to evaluate your existing coverage and learn about all your options, you may be able to save significantly on your health care costs next year.

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Older adults

Older Adults Are Having Second Thoughts About Where to Live

Some older adults who planned to move to senior housing are now choosing to live independently rather than communally. Others wonder whether transferring to a setting where they can get more assistance might be the right call.

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Money, retirement, life expectancy

Retirement: Costs That Can Make Or Break Your Nest Egg

If you earn a decent income but have trouble saving, the culprits could be the roof over your head and the car in your driveway.

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Money, retirement, financial

How To Make Your Money Biases Work For You

The way our brains work can cost us a lot of money. But some of our mental quirks can be turned to our advantage.

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