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Ways to Save Money When Planning a Funeral

Funerals are among the most difficult events to plan and budget for, especially when a passing happens suddenly. It’s never easy to say goodbye to a loved one, but it becomes particularly hard when you don’t have much money to spend on a funeral service and the expenses that come…

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5 Tips to Save Money in Retirement

Unprecedented hard times are difficult to anticipate and can take a real hit on your savings. This is why you should start considering saving for retirement early. The sooner you start, the easier time you will have adjusting to unexpected financial hardships. In this article, we can provide some tips…

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A Guide to Managing Your Finances on a Fixed Income

In life, it is very important to save money because we never know exactly what will happen. The problem is that we often end up living really stressful lives and it becomes very difficult to properly handle finances. Fortunately, this is a lot easier when we take into account a…

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Retirement Fears and How to Prepare for Them

Retirement is a drastic change to any individual’s lifestyle. There are many who find meaning in the work that they do, and for those who have built their entire lives around their career, a sudden retirement may feel akin to a break-up. Like many drastic changes, people who are heading…

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An Infographic Guide to Senior Care Options

Are you looking at long-term care options for yourself or a loved one? You’re not alone; in fact, data suggests seven out of ten people will require some form of long-term care in their life. There are actually five types of long-term care that offer a wide array of different…

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5 Questions About Social Security Answered

Social security almost feels like a myth sometimes to people who aren’t retired. However, it’s very real and, for many seniors and retirees, very important. Social security is a federally run program known more prosaically as the Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program. It was signed into law in…

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Should you start a business in retirement?

For many seniors, retirement is like a much-needed vacation, when they finally get to spend more time with their loved ones, rediscover their hobbies, and enjoy the results of the investments they’ve made throughout their lives. However, this isn’t a rule, and retirement can also be a time for innovation…

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Wills vs Trusts: Which Option is Better for Your Loved One?

Death may be inevitable, but most people prefer to avoid thinking about it for as long as possible. That may explain why most adults in the U.S. have not made plans for passing their assets on to loved ones. According to one survey, 60% of adults do not have a…

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How to bring up end-of-life issues in a considerate and sensitive way

Our parents were there when we learned how to walk, how to ride a bike, and when we graduated. For most of us, they’re pillars that helped us become who we are today and the ones we could count on when things went wrong. Seeing the roles reversed and them…

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Important Information for Seniors Struggling with Chronic Health Problems

Seniors struggling with chronic health problems have to be careful about the way they live. They must often reconsider several aspects of their habits and environment, as well as develop a plan for the future.  The following are things they should explore at this time: Life Insurance One thing you…

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