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“What If” Contingency Planning

We want to ensure you are thriving, as living a healthy and successful life is truly priceless. Of all the steps that can be taken toward financial security and peace of mind, planning our own death and incapacity is the least popular. Life goals dominate our consciousness, and these goals are often about ourselves. Estate planning is not as much about us as it is about the people and things that we love.

Creating a Care Plan for Aging Parents

Caring for aging parents can be daunting. What are the factors to consider? When should planning start? In this article, we’ll explore the importance of creating a care plan.

What You Need to Know About Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs)

I fear that for many, myself included, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) are something that we don’t want to think about. At least not now. I’m healthy overall, working full-time and staying busy with my family. But our children are flying the nest and now might just be the time for me — and you — to start this dreaded, albeit crucial, planning. Moreover, it is important to know your options for aging parents or other loved ones who might be in need of more assistance.

Healthful Living Seminar

Do diet and lifestyle really matter? Hear from board-certified internist and geriatrician Gary H. Oberlender who explains how dietary shifts over time have negatively impacted the quality and quantity of food that people eat and what can be done about it. Scroll down to watch the replay and/or view the presentation.

Watch other replays from our event: parsecfinancial.com/longevity-forum

Seven Questions To Help Determine If You Need a Care Manager

As parents, we never endeavor to become a burden to our children, which is why having a plan for aging in place before the time for care comes is important, as is knowing the resources available to individuals and caregivers to help alleviate some of the burden.

Medicare: The Basics

Medicare is an important tool for financial planning during your retirement. It can seem very complex at times.

Turning 65, Reflecting Back and Planning Ahead

Turning 65 made me think about financial security, or perhaps to think about it differently than I did at 45. My perspective on what exactly financial security is has evolved over the years.

How to Survive the Elder Financial Abuse Epidemic

Elder financial abuse is the illegal, improper or non-consensual use or taking of an older adult’s funds, property or assets either in a relationship where there is an expectation of trust…

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