Archive for October 2021
How Will You Want to Receive Long-Term Care?
There is a shift away from providing long-term care services in hospitals and nursing homes to providing care in individuals’ homes. This was happening before the pandemic, but the trend is now accelerating for several reasons. Many nursing homes did not allow visitors for months during the pandemic, understandably leading to many worried families and…Read More
3 Uncertainties You Could Face in Retirement
The only certainty in life is that there will be uncertainties. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t create a plan to address them. Retirement shouldn’t be a time of anxiety or worry; it should be a time when you feel financially secure and can enjoy the money you’ve worked hard to earn for decades. The…Read More
How Will You Reinvent Yourself in Retirement?
For much of your life, you’ve focused on your career, your family, and the future. Now is the time to shift your focus onto yourself. With more free time to pursue the things you love and perhaps some new activities, you can “reinvent” yourself in this next phase of life after many years of hard…Read More
Why We Could See a Market Correction
We’ve seen the stock market rise to record highs recently, but how long can this last? 54% of American investors see the stock market heading for a crash, according to a recent Allianz survey. There are a few reasons why we could see a market correction soon, including the Delta variant and higher inflation. Are…Read More
Can You Be Forever Young?
In a landmark “Counterclockwise” study at Harvard University, a group of men in their 70s went to a retreat locale that was a sort of time machine back to 1959. The participants listened to Perry Como, watched Ed Sullivan, read magazines from the ’50s, and were not allowed to speak about anything that took place…Read More
Your Health is Priceless – But How Much Will It Cost You?
One of your largest retirement expenses could be your healthcare costs. An average 65-year-old couple retiring today will need an estimated $300,000 to cover their healthcare costs, according to a recent study. Although good health is priceless, it could cost you in retirement. First, know what you can do during the Medicare Fall Open Enrollment…Read More
How Are You Warming-Up for Retirement?
Almost everything we do has some type of a process or warm-up routine. From playing golf to driving a car, every activity has certain steps that should be taken before you begin. Take for example a pilot performing their pre-flight routine and inspections. They walk around the entire plane looking for any visual problems on…Read More
Major Changes That Could Happen During Your Retirement
Do you ever feel like you live in a completely different world than you did 20 years ago? It’s worth thinking about how different it will be in another 20 years. Beyond cultural and personal changes, we could see major economic changes that could affect us in retirement. It’s always worth knowing what’s going on…Read More
3 Reasons Why Fall Might be the Best Season
Summer is over, but that’s a reason to celebrate. Autumn is arguably the most beautiful season and the best time for gardening, spending time outside, and traveling. Here are some ways to enjoy what just might be the best season of the year. It’s Time to Harvest Fall is harvest time. Pumpkins, squash, and apples…Read More