Caregiving is on the rise in America. We’d like to share inspirational stories honoring just a few of the remarkable people who put their lives on hold everyday to care for elderly, ill family members.
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.