Deciding where to live in retirement is a big decision, especially because it may dramatically affect retirees’ cost of living, taxes, access to medical care and long-term care, connectivity with family and friends, and a myriad of other personal and financial considerations. It’s an important question that must be discussed as part of reviewing plans for retirement preparedness….
A recent study from the Boston College Center for Retirement Research identified three major risk to retirement plans, namely out-of-pocket medical expenses, cognitive decline and widowhood….
According to an AARP survey, nearly 90% of those over age 65 want to stay in their homes as long as possible. But in order to do this, it’s necessary to have a housing plan—and a support system—in place to ensure that they’re living safely and independently….
As we age, living comfortably and with peace of mind takes planning. Good health may be challenged by periods of infirmity. Maintain control over your life by preparing for the life events that commonly occur as we age....