Advocates for the Elderly: Why Hospitals Need People to Step Up

  Anybody who has ever had to deal with a traumatic or stressful health care situation will tell you that the physical aspect of the crisis is just a portion of the total problem.  These situations also take a mental

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You’ve Done the Saving – How Do You Decide What You Spend On In Retirement?

  It’s every person’s dream—the idea of working your entire life for retirement and then finally being able to reach that precious moment.  But with that dream can come a lot of confusion, questions, and doubt, especially as it concerns

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You’re Retired and Concerned About Tax Reform: Here’s What You Should Do

  A lot of ink has already been spilled about the recent passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  No matter where you stand on the issues behind this bill, it all comes down to one issue—how will this

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How a Reverse Mortgage Could Help Seniors

  Right now, many seniors are worried about their personal finances because of all of the changes coming to the economy. From the major tax overhaul to fluctuations in various markets, seniors are waiting to see just what impact this

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Living Smart as a Senior in 2018

We’ve all heard people say that the older we get, the more set in our ways we tend to be. There’s nothing wrong with being set in your ways about certain things, but it’s also important to be flexible to

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Been Scammed? Should You Do a Security Freeze?

  If you pay any attention to the news, you’ve likely heard a lot recently about major security breaches to companies. One of the biggest hacks was Equifax, a credit monitoring service that provides loan companies and banks with information

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What’s in Your Toolbox? A Guide for New Homeowners

When it comes time to move into your new home, you’ll likely have a to-do list of fixes and changes you want to complete. Even if you don’t have any major renovations on your wish list, you will still want

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Why Downsizing is Appealing for Seniors and Their Families

There are many reasons for downsizing–moving to a smaller residence, consolidating households, or just wanting to free yourself of all that “stuff.” Whatever your reasons, the process of downsizing can be liberating. Unfortunately, it can also be overwhelming, particularly for

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Food For the Brain: Keeping Alzheimer’s at Bay

  Thanks to advice from our doctors, most of us know that avoiding some foods and eating others can help ward off diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease. New research shows that we can also use our diet to avoid or

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Why You Need a Plan for Long Term Care

Long Term Care Planning

It is a natural human tendency to ignore something uncomfortable until the absolute last minute. Many people put off planning for their later years because they think they’ll have lots of time to do it. The truth is, the earlier

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