Health care costs in retirement: Can you separate fact from fiction?

(BPT) – As their 65th birthday looms, many people eagerly anticipate the affordable access to health care that Medicare will provide. After all, Medicare covers everything, right? Not exactly. Because of this common misconception, many people are caught off guard when they realize that each one of the dozens of Medicare options available to them […]

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Avoiding Crisis Mode Being Proactive with Downsizing and Retirement

Imagine this scenario: As the sole caretaker of your elderly parent, you suddenly receive news that they have been hospitalized. After rushing to the hospital, the doctor tells you that your parent can no longer live on their own. They need a retirement home. Your parent will be discharged from the hospital soon. In that […]

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How To Garden Safely When You’re A Senior

Gardening is a great outdoor activity for people of all ages, especially seniors. Not only does it have lots of benefits for your physical health, it’s also great for improving your mental health. Practicing gardening regularly can maintain flexibility and mobility, stave off conditions like osteoporosis and relieve things like stress and depression, plus it can […]

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