5 Reasons Why Seniors Should Socialize
As humans, we all have a natural need to feel and be connected to each other. We have an entire field of people—sociologists—who study societies, human relationships, and social behavior. Socialization is an extremely important part of life for every age group, especially seniors. As we grow older, our peer groups shrink in size because of life changes, like moves and deaths, and it becomes even more important for us to stay connected with people who share the same interests as us and who are in the same life stages as we are. Here are some reasons why seniors should socialize. Continue reading
What are the financial issues that come with remarrying later in life? I’ve been seeing a wonderful man for two years, and we’ve been talking about marriage, but I want to make sure we understand all the possible financial consequences before getting hitched.
That’s a great question. Getting remarried later in life can actually bring about a host of financial and legal issues that are much different and more complicated than they are for younger couples just starting out. Here are some common problem areas you need to think about, as well as some tips and resources that can help. Continue reading
The government has made a commitment to close the “donut hole” gap in Medicare coverage by 2020, but many current beneficiaries still find themselves falling into this pricey crevasse. Continue reading
Most Americans could stand to improve their knowledge of retirement planning, but it is especially important for unmarried women. Here’s what you should know. Continue reading