Barron’s recently gathered a panel of experts to discuss the issues retired people need to think about, from finances to the emotional aspects that go into planning a satisfying retirement. This story has some helpful tips.
When it comes to planning your estate, one of the most difficult parts can be distributing assets to your heirs. We found a story in Forbes that discusses how to approach what can be an emotional process.
When an elder member of a family passes, they often take a piece of their family history with them. What can you do to ensure your family’s legacy is passed down for generations? A story in the New York Times offers some ideas.
In her final post, Maya, a 66-year-old woman grieving the death of her parents within six months of each other, and her cousin Rita review Maya’s End-of-Life plan, including identifying financial resources to make her plan real.
This week Maya, a 66-year-old woman grieving the death of her parents within six months of each other, makes decisions about her final care, services and assets and decides whom she wants to make medical or financial decisions if she becomes unable.
Did you know that Medicare covers only about half of the expected healthcare costs for people over age 65? We found helpful information that explains Medicare coverage limits and describes options that may help you pay for your healthcare as you age.