If tweets and streaming and airdrops sound like essential vocabulary for hikers, you may be on the wrong side of the technology mountain. With the rapid paces in which technology advances these days, the reluctance to climb your way out of the bygone valley is understandable. … [Read more...] about Four Tips for Gaining Tech Confidence
by Carrie Vittitoe Planning for Older Age Sabine Stovall, a wealth and estate planner and owner of The Wealth Planning Company, says the first step in planning for older age is to understand what assets you have. “Most of us underestimate the value of what we have,” she … [Read more...] about Who will take care of you?
Preparing a will seems to be the hardest task for people to check off the list of important things to do. Many people don’t think they have enough assets, or they can’t face their mortality, or they think it’s too complicated. By Marie Bradby The Importance of … [Read more...] about Before You Cash in Your Chips, Write a Will
By Marie Bradby Instead of aging in place, many Baby Boomers are ditching mowing the lawn, replacing the hot water heater, and dusting rooms they no longer use to move to smaller homes, often in senior communities. “What we hear from a lot of our residents is they see the … [Read more...] about Score High with a Better Living Situation
By Carrie Vittitoe Safety may become more of a concern as people age for a number of reasons. If you are an adult child, maybe you notice a loved one is having more frequent “senior moments.” If you are a senior, maybe you are now alone at home after the passing of a spouse. … [Read more...] about Tips for Staying Safe at Home and on the Street – Part 1