It’s October. Pumpkin contests. Halloween. Start of 4Q20. COVID-19. Masks. Social distancing. Impeachment. Acquittal. Recession. Elections. Protests. Riots. Supreme Court justice death and nominee. Debates. Sports sans fans. West Coast fires. All-time low interest rates. And the list goes on. The ultimate understatement To say 2020 has been challenging is the ultimate understatement. We all
Tag Archives: long term care
It’s about those you love. Do you put your seat belt on when you get in the car? Most of us don’t even think about it. It’s automatic. And we require everyone riding with us to put theirs on, too. Have you thought that this simple act could be a gift of life? It’s protection
Aging baby boomers are nudging the national median age up by 1.2 years, according to a report released recently by the U.S. Census Bureau. The nation’s 65 and older population grew by 34.2% during the past decade, according to the bureau. The growth was driven by baby boomers who were born between 1946 and 1964.
Sneakers, t-shirts, head bands, belts, leggings, skirts, shirts, shorts, socks. Whatever your style or desire. Wear purple on June 20 in support of Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. Dementia remains the number one cause of long-term care insurance (LTCI) claims. A major LTCI insurer has reported that two-thirds of new claims for facility care are
Have you heard the new phrase, “cuddle puddle?” Maybe not. It describes how we might react to physical contact once we can engage socially again. We’ll just be a bunch of cuddle puddles hugging each other. Now some say the continental cheeky kiss will become the norm as it is safer than shaking hands. And
Conventional wisdom Buy low, sell high. Always protect principle. Isn’t that the strategy? A downturn in the market is a temporary thing. Better to think long term than to panic and sell stock at a low during a downturn. In a downturn the assets providing retirement income and the resources to self-fund a long-term care