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Should I Help My Aging Parents Manage Their Investments?

As Americans live longer and their portfolios grow for extended periods of time, their adult children should be watching carefully—but how closely? That’s the question posed by the article “How to Help Aging Parents Manage Portfolios,” from U.S. News & World Report. There is no one answer, and it is a delicate situation. It is…

Boomers Come Up Against One Thing They Can’t Push Back On: Aging

Boomers have always been proud of how they redefined many aspects of American culture. However, there’s one thing they can’t change: the inevitability of aging and death. A recent study from the Stanford Center on Longevity, says that workers approaching retirement will either need to work past age 65, reduce their standard of living or…

Medicare Open Enrollment Ends December 7-Don’t Miss Out

My elder care coordinator, Lori Kayne, and I recently went to see new clients.  A charming couple, 88 and 91 years old, they both struggled with substantial health issues. Yet, they were still in a Medicare Advantage Plan. These managed care plans, otherwise known as Medicare Part C,   offer many advantages for healthier seniors. They…

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