Nov 10, 2021
When people plot their retirement years, the focus is often on more time for travel, more time for hobbies and more time with the grandchildren. Too often, though, they don't factor in something that may not be inevitable, but definitely is probable: long-term care.
Jun 16, 2021
The very first recorded life insurance policy was issued in Europe in 1583, and by 1759 the first life insurance company in the United States was founded. Today, there are over 150 million in-force life insurance policies in the U.S. providing more than $12 trillion of...
Jun 4, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic was a particularly disruptive time for everyone in the United States and around the world. Now as people begin to emerge from their COVID-caves back into the open there is palpable, pent-up demand to shop, dine, and travel across the country. People...
Mar 8, 2021
There are a number of unique tax liabilities and advantages specific for people once they turn 65. It is important to understand changes in taxes specifically based on age, health,income levels, and filing status once people have reached retirement age.For example, a common...
Jan 25, 2021
In his run for the presidency, Joe Biden laid out a "Plan for Older Americans" that reflected the Democratic party philosophy that healthcare and living with dignity after retirement are an inalienable right for all.The Biden-Harris plan addresses long-standing inequities...
Jan 6, 2021
As we now enter the New Year, older Americans may want to take an extra moment to reflect on money matters and make certain they are well-positioned for any unexpected jolts 2021 could send their way.
Nov 3, 2020
Here are five predictions for the future of healthcare in America that will play out over this decade as Americans finish casting their votes in what may be one of the most pivotal elections in U.S. history.
Sep 14, 2020
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