Future Planning

Does Living in a Lifecare Community Make You Healthier?

Lifecare communities (also known as continuing care retirement communities or CCRCs) are a favorite choice among older adults as they have every level of care available for residents, all on…

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5 Traits of Successful Retirement Planning

Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a crystal ball to tell us what the future holds for us? Unfortunately, this isn’t possible. Fortunately, though, we can be proactive in…

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3 Reasons You Should Talk to Your Parent About Moving to a Lifecare Community

According to recent studies, 10 million adult children over the age of 50 are actively caregiving for their parent(s). These adult children are tasked with daily chores such as grocery…

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Types of Continuing Care Retirement Community Contracts

Among the many options of housing and care available to older adults, continuing care retirement community (also known as a CCRC, or Lifecare community) is one of the most popular…

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Why Boomers are Choosing Life Plan Communities

Baby boomers are retiring at a higher rate every year. It is estimated that since 2011, an average of 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 each day. By 2030, about 18%…

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Why Shouldn’t I Age in Place at Home?

You are planning for your future needs and you may be thinking “I’d rather stay home and age in place, it’ll be cheaper and more comfortable.” Some boomers feel that…

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Downsizing: What do I do if nobody wants my stuff?

By 2030, more than 20 percent of U.S. residents are projected to be age 65 and over. In tandem with that population growth is an anti-clutter movement. What does that…

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The Financial Benefits of a Lifecare Community

If you’re over the age of 55, there are two questions you should be asking: what is a life care community and is it right for me? You might think…

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