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Making the Move: Helping a Elder With a Long Distance Downsize

By Kristen Reed Edens Are you the caregiver or family representative for a parent or other elder? If so, you are likely to help that elder downsize in the future, probably sooner rather than later. If the downsizing involves a long distance move, then the process is more complicated.

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Are You Aging Authentically?

By Susan Williams I have a confession to make. I am an occasional binge television watcher. My habit first began when I watched the series Breaking Bad. As each of the episodes came to an end, I always wondered what happened next and found the option of “watch next...

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Long Term Care Planning – Why You Should Care

By Karen Henderson We all take delight in planning for vacations and holiday celebrations but when it comes to planning for old age, we literally run the other way. Aging and death only happen to other people, so we don’t need to talk about it – at least not...

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Playing Catch Up With Your Retirement Planning

By Gary Foreman Many people are recognizing that they don’t have enough savings for the retirement that they expect and want. Here are some things you can do today to help you catch up on your retirement savings.

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Family Heirlooms Travelling The Past, The Present and The Future

By Iris Ruth Pastor It’s 1913. The word “teen-ager” was not yet in use. The constitutional amendment granting American women the right to vote had not yet passed. Canned beer, modern supermarkets, and Barbie dolls had not yet been invented.

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Women Are Flunking Retirement Planning

By Susan Williams There was a quiz conducted by The American College of Financial Services that tested both men and women’s financial literacy when it comes to retirement. There were some surprising results. Of men and women aged 60 to 75, only 18% of women passed the quiz whereas 35%...

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