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 Long-Term Care Insurance Industry paid $9.2 Billion in benefits in 2017 alone, an increase from $8.65 paid in 2016. Policies are paying huge benefits reducing financial and physical burdens placed on the American family.
Many people suffer from allergies. As you age, allergies can complicate existing health issues. Plus, knowing if you have a cold, the flu or an allergy is important. With our longevity, advance planning is key.
It happened fast. An unexpected event caused panic in the markets. The virus crisis changed how we live and work, as least for the time being. This loss of independence is similar to the fear many older people feel as they age.
There are many options available for 55+ retirement communities. As people get older health and aging needs may require a person to need long-term care. Assisted living, memory care, and nursing home options are also available for those who require extended care services.
According to statistics, many of the COVID-19 deaths have occurred in long-term care facilities. The need for extended care has been growing even before the virus crisis. Families are now researching in-home care for parents and planning for their future long-term care.
Have you had lab work and check-up? You might feel good, but you might not be aware of health issues like kidney disease. Being proactive is vital starting at age 40.
A proposal in Congress would allow you to use, penalty-free, funds from qualified accounts to pay for Long-Term Care Insurance making it easier to purchase LTC Insurance at younger ages.
Longevity changes how America plans for their future retirement. This includes real estate. “Senior Ready” homes help you stay at home as you age. Advance planning is required before you retire.