More people over age 50 are embracing technology. This can be a great thing for you, your family, and your lifestyle. High tech also is used in your future long-term care.
We are all busy but our elder family members deserve human companionship in additional to care services for better quality of life. How will your family deal with your future aging? Planning is key.
It is hard to avoid hearing about long-term care these days. It’s time to understand the reality and consequences of your future aging. The impact on family and finances is life changing. Planning makes it easier and protects savings.
Columnist Kaye Dent, an attorney, explains the options and decisions to think about when it comes to planning on how you're lifelong savings are passed on.
If you find yourself as a caregiver for a family member better think about the obstacles you and your loved one will face. Thinking ahead will ease the stress and burden even if you have limited choices.
A little-known fact is that today, not only do 38% of women out-earn their husbands, and according to LIMRA, but are also financially more decisive.
In an ever-disposable society, some items in your home maintain meaning and carry with them the secrets of family history. Gene shares his story of clocks and the ticking of time gone-by.
You may have heard about reverse mortgages but what do you really know? They have become an important option for those age 62 and older. It can help with retirement planning, long-term health care, and more.
The World War II veteran, and his wife in the story, despite their age still appear to be independent. Unfortunately, many people as they get older lose their independence.