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Aging In The Right Place

Like Dorothy Gale of Kansas from the “Wizard of Oz,” there appears to be no place like home for millions of older Americans. About 90% of people, age 65 and over, would prefer to stay in their own homes as they age — and not go to a nursing home or assisted living facility.1 Unfortunately, this […]

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Ideal Candidates for a Reverse Mortgage

There may be as many reasons to consider a reverse mortgage loan as there are people at least 62 years old — the minimum age to apply for one. That’s because each older American is unique, with diverse financial needs and goals. The first reverse mortgage in 1961 went to a widow whose wish was […]

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Emergency Preparedness Planning for Seniors

Hurricanes, fires and other natural disasters never seem to take a season off anymore. Because of their increasing frequency, no one should be without an up-to-date disaster preparedness plan. And if you’re older, perhaps facing mobility or other serious health issues, your planning should take on even more urgency. That’s because seniors are simply among […]

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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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AAG Announces Winner of “Do Something Good” Contest

Ruby Rublesky (left), winner of AAG’s Do Something Good Contest, playing a duet with former piano teacher, Shirley Pafford (right). #DoSomethingGood celebrates those who commit their time and energy to helping seniors in their communities ORANGE, Calif. (March 1, 2018) —American Advisors Group (AAG) officially announced on February 10, 2018 the winner of the company’s $1,500 Do […]

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