Estate Planning and Eldercare

Living Together over 50
 

Living Together over 50

Posted: March 2, 2018
An increasing number of people over 50 are deciding to cohabit with a partner rather than get married. Here is some advice on the financial-related issues for older couples starting a new chapter together.

Tips on Getting the Most from Insurance
 

Tips on Getting the Most from Insurance

Posted: December 4, 2017
Every day, Americans buy insurance so they’ll be able to leave money to their heirs or be reimbursed in case of theft or accident. Some useful financial planning strategies include considering a trust, documenting your possessions and asking about insurance discounts.

Protecting Your Legacy
 

Protecting Your Legacy

Posted: December 4, 2017
Expecting to leave your family financially secure when you’re gone is an important goal, but some people don’t reach it because of simple oversights in their planning for the future. Here are some tips.


Eldercare Dos and Don
 

Eldercare Dos and Don'ts

Posted: September 27, 2017
If you’re juggling eldercare responsibilities and have concerns about your parents’ finances, the following are some dos and don’ts.

5 Things to Know about Reverse Mortgages
 

5 Things to Know about Reverse Mortgages

Posted: August 3, 2017
Many seniors turn to reverse mortgages to enhance their spending money in retirement, but they may not be right for everyone. Here are some facts you should know.

Maintaining a Happy Multigenerational Home
 

Maintaining a Happy Multigenerational Home

Posted: July 5, 2017
Planning ahead and talking through changes in circumstances are two of the best ways to succeed with and truly enjoy multigenerational living. A multigenerational home can be joyous and fun for the family, but it can also pose some challenges. Here are a few tips for managing it all.