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The Elderly, Driving and the Law

July 6, 2020

Elderly drivers can be affected by poor eyesight, chronic disease and medication that might impair driving. States won’t revoke a driver’s license based simply on a driver’s age. However, some states put restrictions on license renewals for elderly drivers. Many have accelerated renewal periods for people over a certain age. For example, Arizona requires everyone […]

How To Choose a Final Resting Place

June 29, 2020

Baby boomers are taking the initiative to find their ideal resting spot. Though this can be wrought with emotion, if you do your research before making the decision, you’ll not only save money but also eliminate one of the difficult decisions your family will have to handle when the time comes. Beyond their functional value, […]

What Do You Need to Fund Your Retirement?

June 22, 2020

There’s some old conventional wisdom that says you’ll need from $1 million to $1.5 million in retirement. Others say that you will need 10 to 12 times your current income. In fact, a true retirement number is different for everyone, and is dependent on such factors as: Where you’ll live. How healthy you’ll be as […]

Practical Ways To Pass Your Home to Your Children Without A Mortgage

June 15, 2020

If you’re serious about paying off your mortgage quickly, realize that every dollar you add to your regular payment each month puts a bigger dent in your principal balance — and you don’t have to double-down to make a difference. Adding even one extra payment each year knocks years off your mortgage. Here are some […]

Taking Care of the Elderly Long-Distance

June 8, 2020

The first step to long-distance caregiving is to understand your loved one’s situation and needs. Schedule a visit with your relative or friend spanning several days to observe how they make decisions, solve problems and complete daily tasks, as well as the roles of any other caregivers. Get a long-term picture, so you don’t have […]