Are You Ready to Retire? Before You Answer, Make Sure You’re Asking the Right Questions

Are you ready to retire? That’s a question more and more baby boomers are asking themselves. Every day, 10,000 boomers reach retirement age, and the “leading edge” of the boomer wave is now well into their 70s. For those boomers not yet retired, the question looms large in their thinking: am I ready to retire?…

Innovative Program, Soon to Roll Out Nationally, Puts Meals on Wheels Volunteers on the Front Lines of Senior Health Care

Every day, Meals on Wheels volunteers serve more than 900,000 free meals to housebound seniors in need. Now, thanks to an innovative program that originated in San Diego, these volunteers are being equipped to serve as a kind of early warning system to alert authorities of health care concerns that might otherwise have gone unnoticed.…

Designating a Power of Attorney is a Critical Step – Just Make Sure You Don’t Start a Family Feud in the Process

Over the years here at AgingOptions we’ve dealt with hundreds of families, and we’ve seen some of the harm that poor planning combined with toxic family dynamics can create. Estate planning done poorly offers limitless opportunities for family tensions. As you approach retirement, you may be thinking about designating one of your adult children as…

Retirement Risks Can Be Eliminated

Worried About How to Make Your Money Last in Retirement? Here are Seven Ways to Help Make Sure It Does

Among all the thousands of people we talk with in our office, in our seminars, and on the radio, the single biggest fear most retirees have can be boiled down to one simple question: will I have enough money to live a decently comfortable life? There’s no shortage of articles filled with advice on how…