Great tips! Here are a few additional ideas to consider when saving for retirement: Open an IRA: An Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is a great way to save for retirement outside of your employer-sponsored plan. Depending on your income level, you may be able to contribute up to $6,000 (in 2023) annually to a traditional […]
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After a certain age, some level of decline should be expected year after year. In our forties and fifties, this decline is incremental. It happens slowly, and while it can affect our physical and mental performance, most of us are still able to live our lives comfortably. But in our sixties and beyond, decline begins […]
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Many people believe that they are now old and don’t have to work anymore, but this isn’t the case anymore. With growing age, you learn many lessons, and one of these is to work as long as you can and put your experience to good use. It is best if you never relied on others, […]
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An Aging Matters reader asked, “I would like Information about paying high dental costs. Do people have two dental policies? Do they go to Canada or Mexico for care? Do any states have programs for middle-income retirees?” Bridging the Dental Care Gap Dental care is expensive. For some, there is not sufficient funds to care for […]
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It isn’t uncommon for a person to eat significantly less as they get older. Your aging parent may eat less because he/she is less active, which can lead to decreased appetite, or because he/she isn’t able to prepare food. However, even though your aging parent isn’t burning as many calories, she still needs […]
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By the year 2035, the 2018 U.S. Census Bureau has estimated that adults over the age of 65 will outnumber children under the age of 18. The trend, often referred to as “the graying of America,” has multiple mental healthcare implications. Foremost among them: meeting the care needs of a population that, at 65 years […]
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