Category Archives: Financial Planning

Study: Money Management Problems Found Years Before Dementia Diagnosis

Researchers regularly look for early signs of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. One early sign that you don’t hear about as often is problems with money management. A February study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias were associated with adverse financial events years before clinical diagnosis. The study was the…
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2021 Money Tips Older Adults Should Make Right Now

As 2021 gets underway, it’s a perfect time to take a look at your financial situation and evaluate what changes to make. Here are a few money and savings tips to help you or your senior loved one in 2021 and beyond. 1. Re-evaluate your plans with social security. Social security can get pretty complex,…
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It’s Medicare Enrollment Season: Take Advantage of Potential Savings

It’s Medicare enrollment season—have you reviewed your Medicare plan to make sure you have the best-priced plan? Every year from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has what’s called an open enrollment period for Medicare. During this time, you can change your Medicare health plan and prescription drug coverage…
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Estate Management Checklist: Are Your Estate Tasks in Order?

Estate management involves a complex set of laws and things that need to be done. Many of these can be done before a person passes away, and that can help save time and effort for that person’s loved ones. However, the many tasks of estate management aren’t always done ahead of time. If you want…
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Securing Aging Now Offers Estate Management Services

When someone dies, one challenge is managing what to do with the things that the person owned, including a home, car, other belongings, and investments. Even if the details on who gets what is specified in a will, there still needs to be a person or people to perform certain tasks leading up to and…
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