It's not uncommon for me to speak with a prospective client who is convinced that he doesn't need to plan for Long-Term Care because "I have a trust."
Columnist Kaye Dent, an attorney, explains you have options to protect savings so you don't have to give your money away to caregivers.
When was the first time you thought you might be getting older? Perhaps it was the last time you looked in the mirror. With aging comes the need to think about retirement. Gene shares his thoughts how getting older and retirement.
As more people require long-term care services, either at home or in a facility, the need to care for the human spirit becomes as important as physical health. This facility explains how spiritual care is incorporated in overall care experience.
Columnist Gene Beltz discusses the consequences of the decisions we make in life while remembering a lesson learned at the five and dime when he was young.
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.
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.
How much attention do we pay to elder family and neighbors? This story reminds us how important they are and the stories they share. It's a reminder to plan for our own retirement and the impact aging and health can have on our family.
Talk about the flag seems common place in the media. Stand or knee, honor or dishonor, the flag is the center of attention these days. With age, we reflect and perhaps understand more.