Senior Financial Planning and Estate Planning: What to do During Times of Uncertainty

Senior financial planning and estate planning is a meticulously thought out course of action to ensure you enjoy the best possible retirement. Although time-consuming and sometimes painstaking, making these plans and successfully executing them is a rewarding process. But what happens when we face the unthinkable? We’re talking about the [...]

May 12th, 2020|Finance & Planning|

Take the Time to Review Your Senior Life Insurance Policy

As you’ve probably realized over the last few weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic is completely changing the way we live our lives. While we’re facing many unknowns in the coming months, making sure you have the right life insurance policy in place can take away some of the stress and worry [...]

April 8th, 2020|Senior Health Insurance|

A Guide to Rideshare for Seniors: Part 2

Ever need a ride to the grocery store or a doctor appointment but have trouble finding someone to get you where you need to go? This is a problem many seniors face, especially when they no longer feel comfortable behind the wheel. In big cities, taking a cab or public [...]

April 8th, 2020|Senior Technology, Senior Travel|

A Guide to Rideshare for Seniors: Part 1

Ridesharing, either for local trips or just running errands, is one of the hottest new trends in transportation. Chances are, you’ve probably taken notice. Whether you’ve heard family talking about ridesharing or saw a car with an “Uber” or “Lyft” light in the window, you’ve seen these new companies around. [...]

March 11th, 2020|Senior Technology, Senior Travel|

How to Enroll in Medicare if You’re Working Past 65

For decades, the gold standard for retirement age was 65. But in the last several years, we’ve seen the retirement age inch up with many folks working past 65. Now, 20 percent of Americans age 65 and older are participating in the workforce—the highest rate in nearly six decades. Some [...]

March 11th, 2020|Senior Health Insurance|