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How to Prepare Your Aging Parents for Retirement

How to Prepare Your Aging Parents for Retirement

American continental final expense review list is a resource to share with aging parents to help start the discussion about a difficult topic — what happens when they're gone. Most don't look forward to the conversation about getting one's affairs in order during retirement as it references finality. But it is a necessary part of life and happens to all of us if we are lucky.

So is there a right way to prepare your parents for retirement? I think it's a very subjective discussion and a very personal one. It is a topic of conversation based on personal finances, personal health issues, and personal goals. Here are a few essential topics to cover with your aging parents to prepare them, and yourself, for their retirement.

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Four Ways Grandparents Benefit from Regular Interaction with Grandkids

Four Ways Grandparents Benefit from Regular Interaction with Grandkids

If you are a grandparent, you know the wonderful feeling you get when you welcome a new grandchild into your life. The saying is true — there is no other feeling like that of being a grandparent. It's so different than becoming a parent.

The love you feel for your grandchild is different from the love you feel for your children. The expectations and roles are similar yet different. As a grandchild, the love you feel for your grandparents is likely different than the love you feel for your parents due to the same reasons.

Here are a few ways that spending time with grandkids benefits grandparents.

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How to Determine if a Loved One Should Age in Place or be Transferred to Senior Living

How to Determine if a Loved One Should Age in Place or be Transferred to Senior Living

Many people have powerful ties to their roots. We love the home we have come to know and spent our years in. We enjoy our town where everything is familiar. Roots keep us grounded.

Even as we age, we have the desire to keep our roots planted. If you have a loved one who has reached this stage in their life, you may be concerned about precisely what you should do for them. It can be a tough choice to make. Here are some guidelines on how to determine if your loved one can age in place, or if they may need the full-time care of senior living.

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