Posts Tagged: health

Jeff Sheldon The Diabetes Council provides a useful guide for the elderly with diabetes. A recent article explores many different guidelines and recommendations, along with nutritional, activity, pharmaceutical, and financial and estate planning considerations. According to the American Diabetes Association, as we get older, our chances of getting Type 2 diabetes increases. They claim that one… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Beth Andrews, a CPA, Certified Financial Planner®, and founder of Networth Advisors LLC. As an experienced financial advisor, she specializes in the areas of retirement planning, retirement distribution planning, tax strategies, investments, and insurance. Few things make retirees more nervous than the possibility their savings could run dry. Women Live… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Ann Vanderslice, President and CEO of Retirement Planning Strategies. She helps federal employees understand their benefits, maximize the value of their benefits, and plan for retirement, as well as organize income planning and IRA distributions. Mohr Keet of South Africa bungee jumped when he was 96, landing himself in… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Janet Stanton Burt of Goal Investor. Housing can be more expensive for singletons than couples, but increasingly, single adults aged 50+ are stretching their retirement dollars by living as platonic roommates. Living with housemates not only saves money, it has social benefits, too. Would a roomie be the… Read Article →

This topic, fiscal and physical fitness, was discussed by SavvyJames in a previous post. Here’s my take on this important issue. When it comes to reaching financial goals, many people think about the obvious must-dos like spending less than you make, saving, investing, looking for bargains and in general, living a more frugal lifestyle. All… Read Article →

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