January is Clean Up Your Computer Month. Bankrate offers tips for seniors to protect their privacy and security online. The advice applies to anyone.
Seniors are likely to make one or more moves in retirement, and the decisions about these moves can be fairly complex.
Holidays are a good time to check in on elderly parents and see how they’re doing mentally, physically and emotionally.
Long-term care premiums are rising in many states. Seniors are letting policies lapse and not just for financial reasons. Is Medicaid the backup plan?
A bucket approach to investing helps seniors feel more secure about meeting retirement needs.
The elder abuse investigation considered of whether the author, Harper Lee, was a victim of financial fraud. The state of Alabama has closed the case.
Try to arrange for a short-term stay of a few days in a senior living center to see how good it fits with your senior parent.
Waiting until at least full retirement age gives you a full benefit and some options you don’t have by filing early.
The overall costs for new long-term care insurance coverage increased 8.6 percent compared to last year’s survey.
The decision about where to retire can come up more than once. There’s even a term for it. It’s called the two-step retirement.