The Cost of a Caregiver
July 12, 2021
When we get older, we have important decisions to make about how we want to be cared for. And maybe you’re already making some of those decisions with your parents, and seeing how some pre-planning can make things easier.
Strategies for People Caring for Parents: Finding Time for Yourself
June 29, 2021
There’s been a lot of talk lately about the most recent Sandwich Generation. This is the generation of caregivers—the people taking care of their aging parents, on top of caring for their own children.
Healthy Habits for Seniors
June 17, 2021
Once retired, we can find the time to do the fun activities we have been planning for years. It’s our chance to enjoy the little things and take time for ourselves (finally).
6 Myths About Social Security
June 7, 2021
Social Security was set up to help provide some financial security to America’s aging population as workers retire. But there are lots of misconceptions about Social Security. When people believe these myths, their financial security is actually threatened rather than helped! Take a look at some of these common myths, and learn the facts so you can help share the right information when talking retirement with your friends and family.
The Sandwich Generation: Supporting Aging Parents and Older Children
May 27, 2021
There is a name for the people caught between two large generations of people: The Sandwich Generation. It’s generally the caregivers getting squeezed. And this time, the numbers are adding up.
Benefits of Working Longer
May 17, 2021
Are you excited about retirement? Or maybe dreading it? Everyone has different approaches, and we’ve seen an increase in people choosing to work longer, with some never planning to retire. But even if you are excited, and already planning all the activities you’ll have time for, it may be a good idea to look at some of the benefits working even just a few years longer can bring.