Buying More Retirees Moving to Less-Dense Regions

More Retirees Moving to Less-Dense Regions

by Kent Allen, AARP, April 9, 2018 A survey finds a trend toward smaller, sparsely populated states. While warm-weather states like Florida and Arizona still draw a larger number of retirees each year, sparsely populated and smaller states are attracting a bigger share of boomers than in the past, a United Van Lines survey has found. …

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assisted living Retiring: Stay or Move?

Retiring: Stay or Move?

By Larry Hungerford 336-998-7000 or larry@wcamg.com of www.journalnow.com As we age, approaching the end of our working years, we face many tough decisions. Can we afford to retire? What do we do about long-term care? Should we relocate or stay put? Typically, a conservative safe approach recommended by many experts, is to plan on taking no …

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Buying 5 Estate Planning Tips For The Sandwich Generation

5 Estate Planning Tips For The Sandwich Generation

From Dina Farhat, Esq. http://www.farhatlawfirm.com   The “sandwich generation” accounts for a large segment of the population. These are people who find themselves caring for both their children and their parents at the same time. In some cases, this includes providing parents with financial support. As a result, estate planning – which traditionally focuses on …

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assisted living How to Recognize Signs It’s Time for Assisted Living

How to Recognize Signs It’s Time for Assisted Living

By : Sarah Stevenson From www.aplaceformom.com Caring for someone with dementia can take a toll on both the dementia caregiver and their family. Many families consider assisted living during this time, but will you recognize the signs that it’s the right time for your loved one?   Read what a psychologist says about recognizing and understanding these signs. Signs that Your Loved One …

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