Finances

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The Missing Middle

Stuck in the Middle I paid for my post-high school education with scholarships, part time work and student loans. I maintained full-time employment for forty-two years after graduation, during which I lived within my means. Together with my husband, we made decent savings and investment decisions that have allowed us to retire, not wealthy, but comfortable. Definitely middle class. Yet […]

Breaking News on Long Term Care Reform

From the Convergence Center for Policy Resolution: February 22, 2016 – The Long-Term Care Financing Collaborative (LTCFC), a diverse group of policy experts and stakeholders from across the political spectrum, is proposing major changes in the way long-term care is financed and delivered in the US. More than 12 million Americans (both frail older adults and younger people with disabilities) need personal assistance to […]

Senior Discounts

I have friends with household incomes in the six figures and well-padded portfolios, and even they worry about what it will be like to retire and live on a fixed income. And I want those gals to join me in the life of the happily retired. Therefore, I’m posting this list revealing the many discounts offered to seniors, to give […]