With So Many of Us Making – and Breaking – New Year’s Resolutions, Here’s Some Timely Advice for 2020 from Rajiv Nagaich

There’s something compelling about the idea of making New Year’s resolutions, isn’t there? With the turning of the calendar just a few days from now, a brand-new year will begin, unmarred by past mistakes, filled with promise and opportunity. Most of us will pause sometime during this coming week, reflecting on some of the poor…

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President Trump Signs the SECURE Act Into Law – How Will This New Legislation Affect Your Retirement Planning?

Congress recently passed a new piece of legislation known as the SECURE Act (yes, it’s an acronym – we’ll explain in a moment) and President Trump signed it into law just days ago as part of the federal government’s new spending bill.  One article we read called it “the most sweeping retirement bill since the…

Kiplinger Article Says There May Actually Be More to Retirement Planning Than Money!

Is financial planning all there is to preparing for retirement? As an AgingOptions blog reader and radio listener, you know the answer is, “Of course not.” Yet the way many people behave, you would think all you need to retire successfully is a pile of money. The truth is, we know many who have retired…

Is There a Hoarder in Your Family? This Disorder Disrupts Families, Endangers Health, and Costs Thousands to Remedy

Hoarding is one of those little-understood habits that people sometimes laugh about or make light of (or even feature on so-called reality television shows). But you are the adult child of a hoarder, you know the issue is no laughing matter. This article that appeared last year at this time on the NextAvenue website, written…