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What is Long-Term Care?

If you’re planning for retirement, you’ve probably heard about long-term care and the need to plan for it. It’s a common need for retirees. In fact, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that today’s 65-year-olds have a 70 percent chance of needing long-term care at some point in their lives.1 The average…

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Retirement Income: How Much Will You Have?

How much income will your assets generate in retirement? Do you know?  If you answered no, you’re not alone. A recent study from the LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute (LIMRA SRI) found that more than half of all workers don’t know how their retirement assets will translate into income.1 Creating a retirement projection can boost your…

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3 Ways to Help Your Elderly Parent with Their Long-Term Care Need

It’s a situation every child fear, but one that is a painful reality for many families. A parent, after spending decades raising a family, building a career and maintaining a home, no longer has the physical or mental ability to care for themselves. They either need care and support in their home, or they need…

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself About Your 401(k) After You Retire?

You’ve probably spent years, even decades, diligently contributing to your 401(k) plan. You’ve taken advantage of employer matching contributions, managed your investments and possibly even made catch-up contributions after age 50. Now retirement is quickly approaching, and you’ve started to wonder what you should do with your 401(k) after you leave the working world. Many…

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Single in Retirement: Tips to Plan for Long-Term Care

Planning for retirement is always a complex process, but it brings unique issues for singles. Married couples often benefit from joint pension payments and dual Social Security income streams, as well as multiple 401(k) accounts and IRAs. Single retirees may find it more challenging to plan for retirement without the benefit of a partner’s income…

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More than 80% of retired Americans are stressed about their finances and health.  Joining them are the over  78 million Baby Boomers in the next decade.  Most are woefully unprepared.  The Retirement Peace Project provides non-commercial retirement education, planning and ongoing coaching.

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