Category Archives: elderly planning

Following The Herd Can Leave You Lost During Retirement

Forbes Finance Council Six times more people have died coming down Mount Everest than while climbing Mount Everest. The same can happen as you come down the mountain after retirement. How you distribute wealth, or “disinvest,” is even more important than how you invest. The savings decisions you are making today have far more implications… Read More »

Developing A Retirement Playbbook

Joel Johnson Ever wonder what it might be like to be a retirement “all-star?” To have a plan in place so that you can live the retirement you’ve always wanted, stress-free and confident about your financial future? It all starts with a playbook of important strategies and tools to get you on the road to… Read More »

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s is one of our nation’s costliest diseases. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, total health care, long-term care and hospice payments related to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias will total $236 billion in 2016. Sadly, afflicted individuals without adequate long-term care insurance frequently lose most, if not all, of their financial assets. But even dementias’… Read More »

Long-Term Care Alternatives for Boomers

With their sheer numbers and unique approach to life, baby boomers have forever changed the landscape of the country.  Experts predict they will continue to have a dramatic impact going forward as they face the challenges of increased medical needs and concerns over long-term care. Certainly, changes will be required. The country’s medical workforce is… Read More »