Can Dieting Slow Aging

Modestly reducing how many calories you consume each day might boost your muscle strength and help you live longer, according to recent research. Read more

Estate Planning in Seven Steps

Estate planning is a profound journey that transcends generations, ensuring that your legacy endures with precision and care. Read more

Retirement Planning Mistakes to Avoid

Planning for your golden years is no small feat. A robust retirement plan is a treasure map to comfort and security in your later life. However, the road to a stress-free retirement is often littered with potential mistakes. Identifying common retirement planning mistakes and knowing the mistakes to avoid can save future retirees from headaches and financial instability. Are You Underestimating Health Care Expenses When Your Retire? One retirement mistake made often is underestimating health care costs. It’s easy to overlook long-term care and other health expenses, especially if you’re currently in good health. However, healthcare expenses can deplete your… Read more

How Much Water Should I Drink Each Day

With brand-name bottle fads and gallon-a-day water challenges trending on TikTok, hydration is in, and that’s good news for health. Read more

How Do I Address My Aging Parents’ Finances

These six steps can help future caregivers know where aging parents stand financially, as well as help them to avoid surprises that could imperil their own retirement. Read more

What Kind of Medicare Plan Should You Have

If you’re thinking about retiring, or are already covered by Medicare, you might be overwhelmed by all the choices out there. Read more

The Latest on PACT Act for Vets

Despite some technical issues with online submissions, officials are encouraging applications for payouts connected to historic legislation aimed at helping veterans exposed to toxic substances during their military service before an important deadline passes. Read more

The Rights of Elderly in Care Facilities

It is important for residents and their families to understand the benefits and limitations of each program, eligibility requirements, and any additional costs associated with them. Read more

How to Speak With Mom and Dad About Estate Planning

Estate planning is an activity many families, especially in lower-income communities, don’t often use, despite its many benefits. Two-thirds of Americans don’t have a will, according to the 2022 Caring.com survey. Read more

Aging without Family Caregivers

What are elderly persons who are without children or other family to serve as caregivers supposed to do? Read more