Why Are More Americans Age 65 Still Working?

Why Are More Americans Age 65 Still Working?

“There are now far more Americans ages 65 and older in the workforce than three decades ago,” says Dana Wilkie. In an article entitled “Number of Older Americans at Work Has Grown 35 Percent,” Wilkie states that between 2011 and 2016, the number of American workers...
5 Steps to Living Well With A Chronic Illness

5 Steps to Living Well With A Chronic Illness

We tend to think of illness as something temporary and curable, like strep throat. But some conditions don’t clear up with time and the right medication. About half of all American adults have at least one chronic medical condition ― that is, a long-lasting health...
FRA or Do I Still Delay?

FRA or Do I Still Delay?

Ok, you’ve made it through Age 62, Medicare and now, now it’s time to make yet another choice regarding your Social Security. Warning: If you chose to take Social Security prior to your Full Retirement Age, then this blog may not be applicable. FRA is different for...
Will Medicare Cover All My Healthcare Services?

Will Medicare Cover All My Healthcare Services?

Hillary Broom Solomon, in his great wisdom, describes in Ecclesiastes Chapter 12, a time in man’s life when he will grow old and cease to have pleasure – a time when he might not be able to stand up straight, and when the one who wears glasses will not be able to see...
Retire with Power: The Next Ten Years

Retire with Power: The Next Ten Years

62 and You Is now a good time to claim my Social Security, work part time or fully retire? When it comes to Social Security, most of my clients have benefited from some type of Social Security Claiming Strategy. My own concept regarding Social Security has changed...