Tag Archives: Longevity

What Will You Do with the Second Half of Life?

We’re living longer. And longevity comes with its own challenges. Opportunities, too. But as Lisa Gray writes in her article, “The Four Faces of Retirement,” retirement is different today, “… aging doesn’t mean “old.” “Senior” doesn’t mean decrepit and retirement doesn’t mean stagnation.” Research revisioning retirement conducted by AIG SunAmerica and the Dychtwald Group suggests

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5 Reasons Why You Need To Plan For Long-Term Care

It’s not a fun topic. We get that. But it just might be the most important thing you do to protect your financial security. Here are five key reasons: Most Americans aged 65 and older will need long-term care. Who Needs Care? | ACL Administration for Community Living It’s not covered by Medicare. Medicare | ACL Administration

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Eat, Drink, Exercise and be Merry (Sex), Too!

In this article for TIME Health, Jeffrey Kluger and Alexandra Sifferlin summarize findings from a number of new studies on aging. While the end of life is nonnegotiable, we certainly can influence longevity and the quality of our remaining years. Here are just two surprises to living longer and better: Don’t be timid. Those with

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