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The Top 10 Myths About the Risks for Alzheimer’s Disease

Polling shows that the number one worry for Americans as they age is memory loss, outpacing fears of insufficient monies, and loneliness. The most prevalent among all dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. According to the Alzheimer’s Association Facts and Figures Report, Alzheimer’s accounts for an estimated 60 to 80 percent of diagnosed dementia cases. Projections for […]

Travel Safety Tips for This Holiday Season

No matter what holidays your family celebrates, you’re might be feeling a bit uncertain about what holiday travel should look like in 2020. Most years, traveling to see older relatives is the best thing you can do for elder health since the time spent with loved ones has such positive effects on the mind, body, […]

Things to Know About the Differences Between Wills and Trusts

Wills and trusts have specific and quite different benefits for estate planning purposes. Each state has specific laws and regulations governing these legal documents. You can have both a will and a trust; however, the information in each should compliment the other. As a standalone, it is not accurate to say one is better than […]

Why Prenuptial Agreements Have Become More Common

Think prenups are only for the rich, famous, or woefully pessimistic? Think again! An increasing number of people from all age groups are looking at prenuptial agreements in a new light as they get smarter about the age-old concept of marriage and prepare for whatever life throws their way. Prenups Over the Decades A recent […]

The Changing Face of Telemedicine in 2020

Telemedicine is the digital information distribution of healthcare-related services. Not long-ago telemedicine was an innovative practice, primarily a supplement to hospitals’ information strategy managing patient care and their data more efficiently. During the coronavirus pandemic and its associated urgent healthcare needs, hospitals and medical offices are making telehealth capabilities more available than ever before. Long-distance […]

How President-Elect Joe Biden’s Tax Plan Could Affect Your Assets

Now that Joe Biden is the president-elect of the United States, many people are looking to learn more about his tax plan and what it could mean for their financial situations. Each president has something different in mind when it comes to how individuals and companies should be taxed, and Biden’s plan will definitely affect […]

Baby Boomers in the 2020s

The baby boom generation is comprised of those Americans born 1946-1964, and according to the US Census Bureau (Bureau of Census), their numbers are estimated to be 73 million strong. This number represents nearly 20 percent of the American public. As they enter their 60, 70, and 80th decades, their influence will help to guide […]

How to Prepare for Divorce to Ensure Your Assets Are Protected

There is a lot that goes into pursuing a divorce, such as gathering records, talking to a lawyer, opening new bank accounts, establishing your own credit, and inventorying the estate. But since so much of a divorce involves financial matters, one of the most important things to do is make sure your assets are safe […]

Senior Americans Are Increasingly Retiring Poor

Well managed money brings with it a freedom of lifestyle in retirement. Sadly, reports say that less than 5 percent of Americans will be financially free by the age of 65. Changes in the U.S. economy coupled with increased health care costs and lack of personal savings have put millions of American workers at financial […]

How Does an Annulment Affect Child Custody?

Child custody matters are most frequently discussed during a divorce or legal separation, but there can also be children involved during annulment proceedings. These matters can be just as complex and emotionally charged as with a divorce or separation, which is why it is beneficial to know someone who’s an expert in New York child […]