Healthcare and Personal Wellness

Planning for Health Care expenses in Retirement

What’s the best way to wreck your retirement budget? How about unexpected medical expenses? Ask any financial planner and, he or she will likely say that most couples are not prepared for the financial disruption that could come with an expected or catastrophic illness. Twenty-eight percent of Americans said their greatest fear in retirement is…

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Do a little research before you buy that retirement home

It’s a dream that many of us have. The kids have graduated from college and settled into their new homes and new jobs. Retirement is around the corner. Now that you are empty nesters, that big house in the suburbs no longer works for you and your spouse. So, finally, it’s your chance to get…

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Women and Retirement

  When it comes to retirement planning, American women often face a unique set of problems. And those problems can threaten to leave many women short on savings, and, thus, in danger of running out of money in retirement. Those problems are meticulously outlined in a new report, “Sixteen Facts About Women’s Retirement Outlook,” from…

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Don’t let your grown kids ruin your retirement

A third of Baby Boomers – or eight million households — still support their children, according to Hearts & Wallets, a financial research company. The survey, Dissecting the Baby Boomers, also says Boomers who support adult children are 25 percent more likely to have heightened financial anxiety than their peers and they are the most…

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Five Things Retirees May Forget to Plan For

Rodney Brooks Retirement is tough enough, but it can be really tough for the people who did little or no planning. It’s tough enough even for those who do plan for retirement. After all, there is much to consider. Which means that there could be a possibility for some people to either forgot something or…

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How to Prepare for Spikes in Prescription Drug Prices During Retirement

One thing that can be difficult to predict when you’re planning your retirement is how much you’ll wind up paying for healthcare once you’re retired. The good news is new treatments and lower-cost healthcare resources are created every day. The bad news is one aspect of healthcare many retirees need most tends to cost the most: prescriptions.






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