With parts of the country in the midst of peak hurricane season, and other regions of the country approaching the dangerous wildfire and flooding seasons,… Read More »7 Tips to Protect Valuables in a Natural Disaster
Planning to retire on your 65th birthday? I didn’t think so….
The traditional notion of retirement – a switch from full-time work to full-time leisure – is becoming a thing of the past for millions of Americans. In fact, according to a recent UnitedHealthcare survey* of 1,000 nationally representative Americans 62 and older, 24 percent of those who did retire chose to re-enter the workforce.
What are your options if you’ve recently been diagnosed with a serious illness?
Being diagnosed with a serious chronic illness like diabetes, heart disease or multiple sclerosis is not only life-changing, it’s also complicated. Just figuring out how to pay for your prescribed medications, making sure your prescriptions are filled and available when you need them and remembering what medications to take and when is almost a full-time job. Thankfully, as more and more seniors embrace technology, there are new digital tools and resources available to help them manage their healthcare costs and live healthier lives.
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Retirement planning and estate planning go hand in hand. A solid retirement plan plan lays the foundation for a sound estate plan. But if you’re… Read More »Retirement planning: How ‘life’ gets in the way and how to overcome the obstacles