Columnist Kaye Dent, an attorney, explains you have options to protect savings so you don't have to give your money away to caregivers.
We often ignore the concerns of longevity and retirement. When you are older your options diminish. Planning for retirement should be a priority at any age. Saving and protecting those savings especially from long-term care is critical.
If you find yourself or family member caring for a person with Alzheimer’s or dementia the stress impacts more than you and your family. It impacts your health unless you take the right steps.
The virus crisis is resulting in many changes in how long-term health care is delivered. Most people want to remain at home. You want a quality facility if you need one. With advance planning, you will be able to enjoy choice and control.
Age and health changes can impact a person's driving ability. Be sure to understand how physical changes and medical conditions can change a person's ability to drive safely.
There are always health challenges as we hit our fragile 50s and beyond. Yoga and Meditation have many benefits. You still must plan for longevity but grow old with better health.
Celebrities suffer from the same frailties as the rest of us do. But when things happen to those in the public view it gives us the opportunity to plan in advance. This can give our families peace-of-mind.
A new study shows most Long-Term Care Insurance claims start with care at home. While most people think the insurance just pays for nursing homes the reality is the opposite. In 2017 Over $9.2 Billion in benefits were paid to American families.
You clicked on this story; do you remember why? Did it spike a concern? Knowing the consequences of aging is important before you get old. Memory problems are often benign and caused by other things. Sometimes its dementia.