If you want to maintain good wealth + health, it’s important to think long term. Each year, you’ll probably need to focus on something entirely different. To help guide you, we’ve gathered wealth + health tips for every decade of life — from your 30s to your 60s.
Health insurance is already extremely complicated, and it gets even more insane when you or your dependents experience a medical emergency. This is why it’s vital to keep it all in one place so it’s accessible when you need it … or when your family gets a bill for $100,000 and has no idea where to even start.
My inaugural blog post details who I am and why I want you to exercise. We go through six scientific based benefits to exercise which will allow you to not only enjoy your retirement but to thrive throughout it.
Get motivated to stick with your goals this year by putting research and strategy to work for you. Learn more about gathering the right questions and information to meet with your financial professional and physician. By collaborating with them, your resolutions can be more meaningful, measurable, and realistic. This year you can keep those resolutions.
A digital executor is responsible for managing your digital assets after you die, paying any debts or maintenance fees on behalf of your digital estate, and making sure that your digital assets are distributed to the people you want in the way you want.
It’s easy to lose or misplace money. But unlike finding $20 in an old jacket, what if a bank or investment account containing thousands goes untouched for years because you forgot about it or never told anyone it existed? That’s why you need to get your finances in order so disorganization doesn’t become one of your biggest money problems.
When it comes time to give someone power of attorney, it’s vital to pick someone you trust implicitly. This person (or people) will have the “power” to make legal and financial decisions on your behalf if you can’t make them yourself, so you need to make sure they’re up for the task.
$322,000: The average lifetime cost of care for dementia. Far from a financial setback, the disease takes a devastating toll on caregivers – more than 15 million Americans who provide unpaid care for their loved ones. Is there anything we can do to better prepare for the unexpected?
Naming a power of attorney is the responsible thing to do, if only to make sure your financial and legal issues are tended to if something were to happen to you. But what type do you need, and what does it mean if you opt for a durable POA?
Did you know you could do something today to limit your risk for dementia tomorrow? Alzheimer’s disease alone currently affects more than 5 million Americans. But many cases of Alzheimer’s and other dementias could be prevented with lifestyle changes. Here are seven ideas for strengthening your cognition.
You can grant power of attorney (POA) to someone you want to have the legal right to handle all your legal and financial matters if you’re unable to do it yourself due to health, mental, or other reasons. This includes paying bills, managing bank accounts, overseeing investments, and preparing and filing your tax returns.