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.
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.
“Your health isn’t everything, but without your health, everything is nothing.” Asheville-based cardiologist Dr. Brian Asbill isn’t sure who initially said this quote, but he adamantly believes in it.
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…
Larry Harris and Betsy Mayes recently hosted a panel discussion at Parsec’s Longevity Forum…
For all workers, payday was one of the most glorious days. Thus, in retirement how can you generate a new type of consistent and ongoing paycheck?
Medicare is an important tool for financial planning during your retirement. It can seem very complex at times.