I want to share with you three important legal documents your parents should prepare as they age. By thinking ahead and preparing now, you are taking care of your family in the future; your parents, yourself and your children.
If you’ve never discussed money with your aging parents before, this would probably rank as one of the most awkward conversations you will ever have. However, if you don’t have the conversation now, sooner or later you will have to.
What is long term care? In this post, I want to share with you an overview of what is Long-Term Care and some options that you want to start thinking about for your aging parents.
I want to share with you reasons why older adults are especially vulnerable to scams and three ways you can help your aging parents, so they don’t become victims themselves.
A recent market watch article talks about how 23 percent of baby boomers haven’t saved anything for retirement. It’s possible that our parents could be one of them! I want to share with you three strategies that my wife and I have deployed to tackle this challenge.
For the past 7 year, my wife and I have lived in a multi-generational household with our two little children and my aging parents. We’d be lying if we were to say that it’s for everyone, but before you shut us down, I want to share with you a few reasons why we’d ask you to consider it.
The term “Sandwich Generation” was first introduced to the social work and gerontology communities in the early 1980’s to describe adults who were sandwiched between raising their children while taking care of their aging parents.