One of the primary risks to a financially-secure retirement is the rising cost of healthcare. Paying for a healthcare facility can be the largest expense of their entire lives for people in retirement. For those who are not in retirement, inflation costs add an additional level of concern. Now is the time to plan for … Continue reading Choosing the Best Long-Term Care Facility
When it comes to retirement, many people wonder if they will have enough cash to keep their standard of living the same as when they were working. With only Social Security and a retirement pension, many people find that they no longer can live the type of lifestyle they once did when they were working. … Continue reading How to Boost Your Cash Flow After Retiring
In the United States, over 70 million people are grandparents. Grandparents hold a special role in children’s lives. In some cases, they serve as surrogate parents; in most other cases, they are a source of knowledge, adventure, and life skills. Grandparents got to attain that title by raising at least one child of their own, … Continue reading Skills Every Retiree Grandparent Should Master
As we approach retirement, many people have questions about their future needs. One of the common concerns is centered on insurance in retirement. Other than insurance for one’s car, home, and healthcare, many retirees believe that they have no other need for insurance products. The truth, however, is rather different. There are a number of … Continue reading Do I Need Insurance in Retirement?
Among retirees’ dreams, hitting the open road and camping outranks at or near the top. Camping as a pastime is incredibly popular for people of all ages, but for retirees, an adventure like this means something truly special. Nearly everyone has met an older couple who purchased an RV after retirement and now spends their … Continue reading Adventures in Retirement: Camping