Many people dream about moving once they finally retire. Is relocating realistic? There are several things to consider before you move. Is moving after retirement is the right choice for you?
When mom or dad dies, what happens to their stuff? Have a plan to go through your parent's belongings, so you keep valuables and memories.
The cost of long-term health care services is rising faster than the inflation rate according to a new report. Increasing demand for care and higher labor costs will place more financial burden on American families.
Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research says one-fourth of adults 65+ will have severe long-term care needs. Only one-fifth will not need any care. Planning is essential.
Mom or Dad might need a cane, but do they have the right one, and are they using it? Preventing falls is essential to maintain quality of life.
Should you think long-term care when planning your retirement in your 40s or 50s. Probably. The growing demand for care and accelerating costs failing to plan can be devastating for families and finances.
There is no place like home when you get older. Most Americans want to age in place, but options can be expensive or limited unless you have an advance plan
Many people are in denial about declining health and aging. However, older men can be defiant and refuse long-term health care, making it even harder on loved ones.
78 million people will have dementia by 2030. Washington State is now taxing people that don't own a Long-Term Care policy. Your state may be next.