Here are various ways to pay for health and long-term care costs during retirement, which can help you as you make decisions regarding your retirement plans.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the average life expectancy for an American today is 78½. However, many people may live 20 to 30 years past what is considered the typical retirement age of 65. The challenge is how to arrange your financial resources so you will have adequate income throughout those retirement […]
It’s the time of the year when a lot of people pack up their car with family and hit the road to visit relatives. It’s also deer collision time, with many of those incidents ending with deadly results for drivers and passengers.
The LIFE Lessons Scholarship Program helps young adults who’ve lost a parent, who had little or no life insurance, and are in tight (sometimes desperate) financial straights pay for school.
As you catch up at your holiday gatherings, spend some time considering your family’s future as well. It may turn out to be the right time to take the first step toward long-term care planning.