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Best Places to Live in Retirement

Many retirees believe the best place to live in retirement is right in their own home. Let’s explore some of the “best places” where that home might be located and what it might look like. It’s worth noting that the retirement experience varies widely. Some people have the money to relocate or buy a second…

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Prescription Drug Trends

A gene therapy treatment recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use against leukemia is priced at $475,000 for a one-time treatment.1 While it’s exciting that new treatments, including prescription drugs, appear to be getting closer to curing society’s most lethal diseases, many of us wonder how we can afford them. Even when…

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Trends in Nursing Homes: Cultural Fit

If you or a loved one needs nursing home care, wouldn’t it be nice to live in one that triggered fond memories and felt like coming home? A new trend in nursing homes is to create a community of similarly situated residents, such as those of a particular faith, ethnicity or even an alumni group.…

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Travel Tips

Anthony Melchiorri, the host of the Travel Channel show “Hotel Impossible,” says he prefers to stay in a roadside motel over a luxury hotel – as long as it has good online reviews. In his opinion, the mom and pop ownership model often leads to painstaking efforts for cleanliness, fresh flowers and a home-cooked meal…

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Tips for Aches and Pains

As we grow older, many of us get wiser. We may become more comfortable in our own skin. We may get better at our jobs, have a more reliable income and begin to collect assets. We can gain a better appreciation of what’s important in life.   We also can lose things. Some of us lose a degree of innocence…

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How to Help Avoid Fraud and Scams

The recent security breach at credit rating service Equifax brings home the reminder that each of us must be ever-vigilant in protecting our private information.1 It can be easy to become lackadaisical. We expect companies with which we conduct financial transactions to keep our data secure.   Unfortunately, hackers seem to be advancing their skills…

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The Untapped Potential of Senior Innovations

Aging can be big business for companies that find ways to tap into it. People in the U.S. age 50 and up collectively spend as much as $7.1 trillion a year, and that amount is expected to double by 2020 as more people age.1 However, there’s still a need for innovations that would help millions…

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Working Longer

Ah, the life questions we face. Young adults contemplate which college to attend and how that might affect their future. Women – and increasingly often, men – ponder whether to stay home and raise children, work or both. People contemplate job changes and relocations. And then, of course, a big question: When should I retire?…

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Challenges and Perks of an Aging Population

The nice thing about growing older with such a large generation is there’s plenty of company. Whether in supermarkets, restaurants, fitness centers or recreation venues, it usually isn’t hard to find others nearby in their 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond. In fact, there are now more people over age 60 than under age 15.1 So, you…

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