What to Do Now to Be Ready for Tomorrow’s Reality

Generations ago, it was accepted that elderly parents would be cared for by their adult children, with women (aka “the homemakers”) handling most of the physical and emotional burden. This was also a time when siblings and members of the extended family lived in close proximity, ready to step in when needed. But times have […]

6 Tips to Save on Your Health Insurance During Open Enrollment

Now more than ever, you need to take the time to review your health plan to ensure you’re not leaving money on the table. Going on “auto-pilot” during open enrollment season can be costly mistake. A new survey from Kelton/eHealthInsurance shows that workers tend to be lethargic about selecting their benefits for the following year […]

What's in a Legacy? Remembering Steve Jobs

Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ biography was released yesterday; his biographer, Walter Issacson, talks candidly about Mr. Jobs’ genius here. I’ve watched with respect and amazement how people all over the world have reacted to his death. More than a million people from around the word have shared their memories and feelings about Mr. Jobs on […]

The Silver Tsunami

I read an article in the New York State Bar Association Journal by Robert Abrams that discussed our aging population and the coming Silver Tsunami. The article included some interesting and alarming statistics. By the year 2030, one out of every five Americans will be at least 65 years of age. As we age, life […]

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