Most financial advisors agree that death and taxes are vital considerations when you make financial decisions for your future. The right tax retirement planning is essential. With proper planning though, you can ensure regular income after retirement, without worrying about the taxes. Top 5 Retirement Moves You Can Still Make This Year. Here are f...Read More
Sometimes life gives us snowflakes. Other times, snowballs. Life is full of decisions, each and every day, from what time you get up, to what you eat for breakfast, whether you exercise and what you choose to do with your free time. Those are the snowflakes, small, manageable decisions we make all the time. But snowflakes add up, and when you get ...Read More
Forgetfulness, disorientation, language issues and decision-making problems. These are all signs of memory loss and dementia. While everyone forgets things sometimes, it can be scary to experience it in yourself or a loved one. It’s not yet possible to fully prevent memory loss, but there are certain things you can do to improve your memory.
Almost every day we get small reminders that we are growing a little older. Perhaps an age spot or another wrinkle; it is easy to moan about getting old, trying to make excuses saying: “Age is only a number” or “I’m 60 going on 45. But, what is it about aging that makes us panic so much? Are we frightened of looking and feeling old because it rem...Read More
With more and more people living longer than ever before, it’s crucial to explore the best ways to maintain your physical and mental health as you grow older. Here are 5 Unhealthy Habits You Should Get Rid Of By Turning 50 Years Old
Everyone is turning to Facebook to find out more about who you are, from friends to your ex, from employers (or worse, prospective employers), employees to your business partners (even insurers checking before issuing life policies to see if you practice any dangerous sports).
When young children do things on their own for the first time, there’s often a lot of emotion involved. Remember your child’s first sleepover? You probably felt you’d reached an important milestone. Remember when they first went off to summer camp? You might have even cried, realizing they wouldn’t stay small forever. Now it’s for real: yo...Read More
We live in a culture obsessed with youth and the futile task of keeping it. As we age, most people become what they think we will become and stereotypes play a big role in this process.
If you consult a dictionary, you’ll see that to downsize is to make something smaller. No problem if you’re cutting a cookie recipe in half or getting rid of some old books. But if you’ve got an entire house stocked full of a lifetime’s worth of possessions, there’s a lot more at stake. There are memories involved, important milestones marked by tr...Read More
Some grandparents aren't as informed as they could be about how they can best help. Here are 5 ways Grandparents Can Help Their Grandchildren Financially