When the retirement gurus speak, do we really listen? Or have we become so inundated  with blizzards of information, and bytes of Big Data about what we should, or should not be doing, that we simply turn our backs on the messaging? Warren Buffett would be proud… Sure, we all know that by working longer, we... 
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According to data from the Alzheimer’s Association, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease every 67 seconds. As a result, more than five million people are now affected by this disorder. The Signs of Alzheimer’s Certain signs of Alzheimer’s disease may be noticed long before the condition... 
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Planning out a new tiling project often leads to many questions: Should there be on both the floor and the wall? Should they both use the same tile? “One of the most frequent questions I hear from homeowners relates to what to choose for tiling in their kitchen (and other rooms) and how they can make it look totally... 
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Everyone looks forward to retirement. It is a time when you can pursue what makes you truly happy, and spend a lot of quality time with your family. According to the United States Department of Labor less than half of the workers in this country have actually crunched the numbers to see how much they would need. Also,... 
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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Nothing is likely to have greater impact on public policy and programs for the elderly than the aging of the Baby Boomers (“Boomers”). Boomers represent 76 million persons in the United States born between 1946 and 1964 – 31% of the total population. Boomers are divided into two... 
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The average annual cost for long-term care in Michigan last year was just under $88,000 for a semi-private room. For most retirees, that’s a stifling figure that far surpasses their income. In the most recent 2010 census, average retiree income was reported at just under $26,000 annually. For retirees hoping... 
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One of the hardest decisions to make is determining when a dear loved one needs long-term care. Realizing that families can no longer provide care at home and a nursing home is the practical option is difficult. Many turn to Medicaid to help with the financial toll of nursing home care. However, selecting which home... 
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Teaching Teen Drivers

// Mar 27th, 2015
Articles about teen drivers seem to be in the news (or maybe because I’m teaching my own teen to drive, I’m just noticing the articles more).  Regardless, there were two recent articles I saw that probably interest you if you have a teen driver. The first reports on a study that finds that 60% of teen... 
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Divorce is one of the hardest times for a person, with emotional traumas and mental setbacks being one of the few things that are usually encountered by spouses going through a divorce. Ending a relation that was started with the aim of it lasting a lifetime is hard. Different spouses react to this situation differently.... 
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Divorce is one of the hardest times in a person’s life. A divorce simply put is a decision that changes your life, your routines and your acquaintances. Divorces can be one of the most complexes, sad and even sadistic cases in the family law courts. Yet for guys divorce more often than not can be even harder than... 
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