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Volunteer Vacations: Travel with Purpose

Volunteer Vacations: Travel with Purpose

As we age, we are told that we should make use of these “golden years” as best we can, and spend as much time as possible traveling and experiencing new parts of the world. However, data shows that more than two thirds of Americans are out of the full-time workforce by age 66 so traveling just to […]

Connecting Older Adults Around the World

Connecting Older Adults Around the World

As we get older, they say those are our “golden years.” It’s is the time to travel and explore the world; to take up a new hobby. But for some, the golden years don’t seem so golden when they have to face it alone. However, a new startup is looking to tackle social isolation while […]

Top 5 European travel destinations

Top 5 European travel destinations

Europe is a trove of luscious landscapes just waiting to be explored. Despite being the world’s second smallest continent, it packs in more than its fair share of stunning scenery. Here are five must-visit destinations… 1. Hill Walking in Slovenia Slovenia’s verdant hills provide the perfect backdrop to an active holiday in Europe. Grab your […]

Should You Delay Retirement?

Should You Delay Retirement?

Delayed retirement is increasingly becoming popular among baby boomers, and it is primarily because of two reasons: Longevity and the lack of retirement savings. As many of you are aware of by now, turning 65 years old opens us to a great deal of uncertainty. Many are living longer lives than they initially anticipated and […]

You Don’t Have To Be Lonely

You Don’t Have To Be Lonely

As we age, the changing physical and mental health and challenging life events like the loss of loved ones and retirement increase the risk for isolation. Research shows that prolonged isolation can have a negative effect on older adults and is a risk with significant consequences. According to the new AARP Foundation website Connect2AffectOpens a New […]

Why You Need to Have a Will

Why You Need to Have a Will

Why do I need a will?  In fact, more than 50% of Americans do not have a will, according to a 2012 Rocket Law survey, putting their families, assets, and legacies at risk. Here are 3 reasons to be prepared: 1. Protect your assets.  When someone dies without a will, they die intestate.  If you die intestate, […]

Worried About Identity Loss When Retiring?

Worried About Identity Loss When Retiring?

Decade after decade, you have been known by your profession – Doctor, Lawyer, Teacher, Electrician, or whatever. We all identify with the career we work in – it is part of our DNA. What we have done has defined us – like it or not! When we retire, there are so many life changes that […]

5 Key Things for Financial Stability

5 Key Things for Financial Stability

Happy New Year!  New Year = New Resolutions = New Opportunities.  So let’s kickoff the new year on the right foot and focus on getting our financial lives in order. Here are 5 key things to put your financial house in order: 1. Take stock of what you have.   Organize your financial life.  Most people, and […]

Building Relationships with Adult Children

Building Relationships with Adult Children

This article was written by Andrea Brandt It’s a universal truth that we take things for granted, especially when we’re young. Even though we know that it’s not logical, a part of us believes our parents or mentors will always be there when we need them. And we can’t wrap our mind around the idea […]

5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Financial Advisor

5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Financial Advisor

Choosing an advisor – or a team of advisors – is an important first step on your way to financial health.  Just as with choosing any long-term partner, communication is key.  Here are 5 questions to ask when meeting with potential financial advisors to get a better understanding of whether s/he is the right fit. […]

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