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Should I Ask Mom and Pop about Their Finances?

Daughter talks with mom about estate planning on the couch.

There are now more than 70 million Baby Boomers in the U.S. However, millions of adult children may not be prepared to make important decisions about their parents’ future if necessary, because of a lack of knowledge about their parents’ finances.

The Ultimate Retirement Bucket List: A Prescription for Mental Health

Four retirees exploring a new city on their bucket list.

A bucket list is not just a collection of dreams – it’s a prescription for mental well-being in retirement. By staying active, engaged, and focused on meaningful goals, older adults can cultivate a sense of purpose and fulfillment that carries them through their later years. What are you waiting for? Start making your ultimate retirement bucket list today.

Estate Planning Strategies Support Aging Parents

Multi-generational family at home needs estate planning.

An estate plan with wealth preservation, long-term care and medical directives strategies provides clarity and guidance to loved ones on aging parents’ wishes, while retaining control for aging parents over financial and health-related matters.

Estate Planning Tips for Aging Solo

Aging Solo

So, what happens with your estate plans if you are not in a traditional nuclear family? There is quite a lot that can fall under the umbrella of a non-traditional family, and the recommendations will vary depending on your specific circumstances.

Post-Divorce Tax Planning for Women

Middle aged woman planning after divorce.

The early part of the year is often referred to as “divorce season,” since it’s a popular time for couples to part ways. Regardless of when it happens, divorce is a significant time of change for women in many aspects, especially when it comes to their finances and money management.

Rethinking Retirement

Older couple in retirement

When contemplating retirement, a review of the past, present, and future highlights the relatively recent and complex evolution of this modern concept.

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