Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 5 million Americans and kills more
people than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. Fortunately,
scientists believe preventing Alzheimer’s is possible by controlling
your risk factors through these dietary and lifestyle habits.
Americans are living longer; that may mean we also need to work longer. And working longer might be just what the doctor ordered to live long and live well. It turns out there are three key steps we can each take to help make the most of our retirements. (Hint: it’s not just about the money you’ve saved).
What do David Letterman, Pat Sajak, and Steven Spielberg have in common? Well, aside from being celebrities, they’re all turning 70½ in 2017, which means they’ll be subject to required minimum distributions (RMDs) on their retirement accounts.
Talking about life insurance can be well…um…pretty awkward. Learn some tips for talking with the right people at the right time to help you get the coverage you need so you can get back to living your life.
In a world where news, entertainment, and communication all compete for attention from the palm of your hand, spending seven to nine hours a day sleeping can seem like a quaint idea. But lack of sleep can have serious consequences for your happiness, stress levels, and even waistline.
Increases in life expectancy may mean we need to work a little longer than we’re used to thinking we should. But that may not be such a bad thing. A recent study conducted by Oregon State University concluded that working past age 65 could lead to a longer life.
As you a go about creating your estate plan, it’s important think about who will care for your armies and dragons should something happen to you. Here is a look at estate planning lessons learned from Game of Thrones.
We’ve all heard the phrase “to make a house a home”, but what does it mean exactly? After completing the first-ever Transamerica-sponsored Habitat for Humanity build, we witnessed the transformation as wealth and health intertwined in south Denver.
Money can be complicated. Even millionaires report financial stress caused by the pressure to keep earning and maintain their families’ lifestyles. And when the rest of us non-millionaires feel like we can hardly rub two nickels together, it makes sense that we might lose our cool from time to time. These tips might help you cope with your financial anxiety.
Unlike a surprise party with friends and family, unplanned medical expenses typically result in a very different emotional reaction. And an unexpected trip to the emergency room can take a surprisingly large toll on emergency funds. Educating yourself on your options might be your best bet to recover from the trauma and costs of an unplanned medical event.