The Cost of Insulin is Soaring: Will Medicare Pay? What You Need to Know
August 10, 2022
If you have diabetes, or someone in your life does, you probably know the importance of insulin to survival and you’re probably all too aware of the soaring costs for insulin. There are steps you can take to make sure you’re getting the best price.
Retirement: Generation by Generation
August 2, 2022
Whether you’re a millennial fresh out of college working at your first job, or a seasoned, ready to retire Gen Xer, a successful retirement depends on how prepared you are to meet the challenges. Young workers have time on their side, but the older they get it becomes even more important to have a rock-solid plan in place.
10 tips to stay cool, save energy (and money!) during the summer heat
July 20, 2022
If you’ve seen the news lately…or just stepped outside…one thing is for sure and it’s heat. This summer has been a scorcher for much of the country and across the globe where heat records have been broken in many countries. From heat waves to droughts and wildfires, it seems the thermometer just won’t budge from the upper digits.
What Is Covered in an LTC Policy?
July 27, 2022
Are you looking into long-term care for yourself or a loved one? Long-term care is an increasingly common model for senior adults who could use a helping hand: Worldwide, seven out of every 10 people will need long-term care.
Filling the Nest: Caring for Grandchildren During Retirement
July 28, 2022
Many grandparents are finding that their empty nests are getting crowded, at least during workday hours. Almost 40% of grandparents in the United States report that they are providing daycare for their grandchildren on a regular basis. With costs rising and many daycare providers still reeling from the impact of the COVID pandemic, it’s no surprise that many grandparents are taking on the caregiver role.
Financial Compatibility: Are You Financially Compatible with your Partner?
July 7, 2022
Regardless of how much you love your partner, or the many goals and interests you may share, it is also important that you both work toward becoming as financially compatible as possible. Whether you have years of history together or are forging a new relationship, prioritizing joint financial planning will pay off in the long run.