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Building a Comfortable Financial Future for Your Children

Once you start having children, you’ll need to ensure there is room in your budget for kid-related expenses like childcare, diapers, and baby formula—as well as future expenses such as your child’s/grandchild’s college education. This is no small order, especially if you aren’t used to thinking about budgeting. Read on to find out how to […]

Elder Education: The Benefits of Earning a Degree as a Senior

The habit of learning is one that adults often foster in children, but it can also be a good plan for healthy living throughout your life. Individuals who tackle new educational opportunities maintain their zest for life and enjoy better health, as well as a more satisfying social life. If you are considering taking on […]

Find Ways to Contribute, Even in Retirement

One of the first challenges newly retired individuals face is the struggle with a diminished sense of self-worth. The end of a person’s professional career also brings an end to decades of work and personal investment. Between the lack of a structured schedule, the reduced responsibilities and the abrupt halt of your career, adjusting to […]

Picking a Retirement Home: 10 Questions to Ask

If you are a senior, an older grandmother or mother, father, grandparent…the thought of a retirement home has crossed your mind a time or two. I appreciate this entry by Danielle and some of the most asked questions and issues that arise when deciding on a retirement home. 🙂 Perhaps when you were younger, you […]

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