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Don’t Let the Duties and Responsibilities of a Caregiver Hinder Your Retirement Saving

Caregiving can be the most rewarding thing you can do in life, but it is also the hardest. About 43 million Americans worked as unpaid caregivers to adult ages of mostly age 50 years old or older. This number grows steadily over the years and has recently shifted to include more men and millennials. It […]

2 Ways to Distinguish Valid Health Information

The importance of gaining access and making use of the proper health information is crucial in attaining the future that you deserve. As we’ve discussed in our previous post, 4 Important Health Literacy Guidelines to Know About, being aware of and improving one’s health literacy skills is the way to go towards brighter golden years. […]

4 Important Health Literacy Guidelines to Know About

Improving health literacy is one of the most important things one must do to secure a safe and comfortable retirement. For those in the baby boom generation, being able to discern medical guidelines and health instructions will not only mean addressing one’s wellness in a proper manner – it’ll also result in financial savings, something […]

6 Retirement Activities Every Boomer Should Do

As a caregiver, you know the importance of providing the best custodial care is for your recipient. But more than providing excellent care (medical, daily assistance, etc.), being able to offer baby boomers a chance to enjoy the retirement years is a great way to celebrate life. In fact, retirement has so much to offer, […]

4 Reasons Why Traveling with Baby Boomers is a Blast

Previously, we’ve discussed several travel tips that caregivers should be aware of when traveling with their care recipients. These safety guidelines, when considered and done to heart, can assure both a caregiver and a baby boomer care recipient of fun and pleasant travel memories. Today, we’d like to focus on some of the most significant […]

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