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Part Time Jobs for Seniors: Enjoy a Working Retirement

If you’re an older American and plan to continue working, you’ll be in good company. Eight-five percent of the Baby Boomer population plans to work until their 70s and even 80s, according to the U.S. Senate’s 2017 Special Committee on Aging report, “America’s Aging Workforce.*” Indeed, this group of workers is projected to be the […]

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5 Career Options for Retired Individuals

Retirement means something completely different for most people now than it did one or two decades ago. Instead of people aiming to retire to a warm destination to play golf all day, retirement now means starting a new business or pursuing a passion that there wasn’t time for previously due to work and other obligations. What […]

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What You Need To Know About Medicaid

Medicaid is the largest health insurance program in the United States, covering about one-in-five low-income Americans or about 73 million people. Before you’re tempted to say the program can’t help you because you think you earn too much or own too many assets, you may be surprised, or even shocked, by what you’re about to […]

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Planning For Long Term Care and Why You Should Start Early

If you’re someone turning age 65 today, you have almost a 70 percent chance of needing some kind of long-term care or support services in your remaining years.* Long-term care involves a variety of services designed to meet your health or personal care needs during a short or long period of time, which can help […]

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How to Make Your Money Last in Retirement

When you were saving for retirement, your goal was to accumulate as big a nest egg as possible. Now that you’re actually retired, it’s up to you to preserve and manage that money so it continues to serve your needs and goals through retirement. As a first step, inventory all your financial assets, such as […]

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How the Biggest Names in Music History Entered Retirement

Rock stars, they’re just like us, right? Unless your day job takes you around the globe to perform in front of thousands of adoring fans day after day, maybe they are a little different than us. One experience that many of the world’s most famous musicians has in common with the rest of us, however, […]

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Don’t Sacrifice Your Lifestyle in Retirement, Simply Adjust It

Just because you’re retired now doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the lifestyle you had when you were working. Indeed, now that your time is your own, you might even be able to improve your quality of life. Think of retirement as a new suit or dress you’ve purchased. To make sure it fits, feels […]

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Buy Your Next Home with a HECM for Purchase Loan

Today, if you’re a homeowner, 62 or over, who wants to tap some of your home equity while continuing to live in your home, you might consider taking out a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) loan. No monthly mortgage payments are required and you don’t have to repay the loan until you leave the home. […]

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4 Ways to Save Money in Retirement without Sacrificing Your Lifestyle

For a lot of seniors, retirement is like a finish line at the end of a race. You’ve completed a lifetime of hard work, and now you can relax and devote more time to the things you love in life. But although you’ve now got more time to enjoy, the absence of a steady income may […]

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Top 5 Money Saving Tips for Retired Homeowners

According to the U.S. Census Bureau1, nearly 40 million American families will move to a new home this year. However, if 87% of people age 65 and over have their way, they will keep the one they have. That is the percentage of seniors who, according to AARP 2, would prefer to stay in their home […]

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