What You Need to Know about Working after Retirement

These days, many seniors are working after retirement. They continue to work and collect social security benefits, often as a means of earning extra income or staying active and engaged in a working community. While continuing to work has benefits, there are earning limitations that may affect your social security [...]

February 25th, 2019|Finance & Planning|

Income Annuities: A Good Retirement Income Choice?

Income annuities can get complicated. There are different types of annuities with many variables. Additionally, getting one started often requires handing over a large sum of money. If you are close to retirement (or in it), an annuity may be a good fit for reinvesting money tucked away in savings [...]

January 24th, 2019|Finance & Planning|

3 Quick Personal Finance Tips to Kick off 2019

When it comes to personal finances, it’s easy to put them in the too-hard basket and forget about them. The thing is, like living a healthier lifestyle by moving more, taking care of your personal finances leads to a healthier financial way of life (like having greater peace of mind [...]

January 23rd, 2019|Finance & Planning|

MA-OEP: How to Disenroll from Your Medicare Advantage Plan

January 1st is an important date, as it marks the start of Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (MA-OEP). This period (January 1st – March 31st) allows seniors to make changes to benefits they signed up for during AEP. Note: MA-OEP is the new name for Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period (MADP). [...]

December 17th, 2018|Senior Health Insurance|

5 Simple Tips for Staying Healthy over the Holidays

Staying healthy over the holidays can be a challenge. Whether flying to see your grandchildren on another coast or filling your calendar with end-of-year events, these schedule changes can throw you off your game. Here’s a handy, stay-healthy checklist Think of it as a reminder that taking care of yourself [...]

December 12th, 2018|Fitness|