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Six Tips For Healthy Aging

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Have you ever noticed how hard it is to tell how old someone is? Some of that has to do with our own age and perspective. As we age we sort of lock into a frame of reference of how old -or young--we are so our perspective gets slanted about how old other people are.

But there's another reason and that is the physical health of the individual. Healthy and active, an 80 year old can seem younger than a 60 year old. There's a retiree I see walking each morning who has the great posture and walking stride - I'm sure he's older than he looks but the way he holds his body makes him seem younger.

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Boomers Biggest Retirement Fear: Running out of Money

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Tags: Medicare, Retirement, Supplement

More than half of baby boomers fear running out of money more than death. Yet, nearly one-third say they are not too clear about what their expenses will be in retirement and 36% don't know how long their income will last.

Pretty sobering findings from a new survey from Allianz Life: But not too surprising given the shift from pensions to retirement self-funding that has taken place over the past 20-30 years. And increased life expectancy that might mean that money has to stretch over 30 years or more! Earlier generations worked, saved some and simply counted on a pension check from their employer and Social Security from the government.

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A Free Webinar About Encore Careers

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Tags: older workers

Whether you are nearing retirement or already retired, arworking after e you thinking about an "Encore career?" For some, encore careers are simply figuring out new ways to keep working. For others, encore careers can be the beginning of a new chapter where you follow a passion or interest in the work you seek.

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Medicare Part D $250 Rebate Checks

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If you have Part D prescription drug plan and have reached the dreaded "donut hole" where you begin paying the full cost for your medication, your $250 rebate check is in the mail.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is expected to begin mailing the checks this week. Checks are mailed automatically since Medicare tracks your drug costs. There is no request that has to be made - so watch out for scam calls or mailings that say you need to provide your Medicare information to receive a check. Checks are being sent to the address Social Security uses to reach you.

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What's Long Term Care Insurance Really Cost?

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The statistics on long-term care tell the story. Over age 65, almost 70% of people will need some form of long-term care.

The experiences of family and friends tell even more poignant stories about long-term care - the emotional roller coaster and the cost of paying for long-term care - at home or in a facility can add stress and strain to an already difficult time for which few of us are prepared.

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Ready for Retirement? Try this checklist

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Most of us spend more time each year figuring out where to vacation than how to meet our retirement goals. Why? It's more fun and the results are more immediate. Yet, we all know that the prospect of living the life we want as we get older depends a lot on good planning--and carrying out that plan.

Wondering if your finances are in shape to retire? Retired and rethinking your retirement readiness? There's a new 15-point checklist from MetLife that cant help you gauge your retirement readiness.

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