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As you may have learned during your working days, 80% of results come from just 20% of actions. This concept, known as the Pareto Principle, can actually save you time, meaning you have more of it to enjoy during your retirement. In business, you may have seen that 20% of customers accounted for 80% of..

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Seventy-five percent of adults over the age of 50 say they’d rather stay home as they age, rather than move to a support-care type facility. A few years ago, this would have been challenging as rides, meals, and other services could be difficult to obtain. Now, technology allows these older adults to stay home and..

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In addition to be being National Alzheimer’s Awareness month, November is also National Caregivers month. The purpose of this is to recognize the challenges family caregivers face and to provide them support. To get an idea of the importance of caregivers, let’s take a look at what a day might look like. Mornings: Most family..

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. One of the first signs of Alzheimer’s Disease can be difficulty managing daily money tasks such as balancing a checkbook or figuring out a budget. Sadly, due to fears of losing independence, people with the disease may try to hide their difficulty with money. Or, depending on the..

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A growing number of Americans are retiring and aging without a spouse or adult children to help them. In fact, research by Dr. Maria Torroella Carney, chief of geriatric and palliative medicine at Northwell Health in Great Neck, New York, 22% of people over 65 are “solo seniors” or “elder orphans.” And that number is..

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Settling someone’s estate can be a long and emotional process, even if they leave a will. There are people and places to notify, accounts to close, possessions to sort through, etc. In the past, that was enough to deal with on its own. Today, however, you need to consider digital property as well. Most people..

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Whether you’ve just started thinking about saving for retirement or having been saving enough, you can ramp up your efforts and still put aside enough to retire. There are five specific steps you should take to start increasing your retirement savings today. 1. Max Out Your Contributions People younger than 50 can contribute up to..

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People should start saving for retirement as soon as they enter the workforce, but the fact is that most people don’t. Truthfully, most Americans don’t think about saving for retirement until their nearly old enough to retire. And those who do try to plan, often don’t consult a financial advisor and have a tough time..

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In the past, estate planning involved allocating financial and physical assets and ensuring your wishes for burial and memorial were laid out for your loved ones. Today, there’s an additional aspect to consider – digital assets. Banking, social media accounts, shopping accounts, and personal domains all need to be handled properly. To help your loved..