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Your Spouse Retires and Gets Medicare: Now What?

When your spouse retires and gets Medicare, they (and you) will lose their work health insurance.  For example, Sylvia is 63 years old. Her husband Mike is 65. Mike is about to retire and will soon receive Medicare benefits. They will lose Mike’s employment group insurance (a benefit they’ve both [...]

August 31st, 2019|Senior Health Insurance|

3 Super Useful Summer Tips for Seniors

Summer tips for seniors can be a practical reminder for staying safe, healthy, and happy as the temperatures soar. Whether you like to stay active, enjoy local tourist activities, or take a road trip, the following tips will help you enjoy the hotter months. 1) Hydrate (with personalized flavors) You’ve [...]

August 31st, 2019|Senior Health & Wellness|

Travel for Retirees: Embrace Your Local Tourist Attractions

Summer travel for retirees often requires advanced planning: booking flights, reserving hotel rooms, and buying travel insurance. But if you’re looking for a simple, spontaneous trip, you can play tourist at home! Maybe you’ve not visited the local sites because they are tourist spots. Perhaps you’ve lived in your area [...]

July 23rd, 2019|Senior Travel|

Cruises for Seniors: Choose Your Perfect Sailing Adventure

When it comes to cruises for seniors, options are plentiful—from all-inclusive ocean cruises to tranquil riverboat voyages. If a sailing adventure sounds good to you, this might be the perfect time to take the plunge and book a cruise. Here are some insights into different types of cruise vacations: Ocean [...]

July 23rd, 2019|Senior Travel|

Final Expense Insurance: Is It Right for You?

Final expense insurance is an option you may consider as you organize your retirement details. In the event of your death, having a plan in place can help family members take care of your funeral and related expenses—without financial stress.  But where do you start? There are many options to [...]

June 25th, 2019|Finance & Planning|