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Financial questions for caregivers and seniors can be quite simple yet seem endless.
Do you know how much money is available to provide care, if needed? Do you know how much homecare services cost? Do you know how much long term care costs?
What about end of life expenses, we don’t even want to think about that but we should. Who will handle these? Is there money for these? If not, who will pay?
Then there are senior scams all over the place. Seems like some solid financial advice is needed!

Are you planning for retirement? If yes, this calls for an early saving or investment plans much earlier in life. It’s important to try all the possible ways to make savings. Savers always have an opportunity to save money...
It can be uncomfortable talking about personal details of your life, but it’s extremely important, especially for seniors. As they age and slowly near the end of their life, seniors should talk to their families and keep them informed,...
Pompano Beach, FL— December 30, 2019 — Joyce Bidwell, licensed insurance producer, has joined Life Insurance Settlements Inc as a Licensed Affiliate.  Having worked with the Senior community for many years, Ms. Bidwell assists seniors with personal matters such as,...
Estate planning tends to be on many people’s “someday” list. Let’s face it, no one enjoys preparing for the day when we are no longer around. However, if this process is not addressed before that unfortunate day comes, our...
When it's finally time for retirement, you won't be making the income that you once made. It's important to sit down and really look at your finances to ensure your comfort. Here are 4 financial steps to take once...
Most of us have some form of debt. Whether it’s the credit card in your wallet, the line of credit you used to help pay for your child’s education or the mortgage on your home, it is common in...
There are times in our lives when the unexpected happens and we find it difficult to cope financially. It could be a job loss, an unexpected illness, the death of a loved one or separation and divorce. There may...
When we decide to retire, we not only take on a new lifestyle, but a new income as well. Many retirees rely on pensions and savings to maintain their expenses, which means budgets might be tighter and spending less...
We would all like to think about anything besides a death in our family, or, that we could suddenly pass away. Sadly, it happens every day, and is often unexpected. What can we do to prepare, for our family...
One of the observations we sometimes see when we meet with seniors who have sizable debt is that they are not focused on setting new financial goals post-retiring. Perhaps you have achieved your financial goals and have retired as...
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