Planning for retirement can't begin soon enough. In fact, any good professional financial advisor will strongly recommend having enough social security, pension and investment income to remain financially afloat for at least 20 years following retirement.
What are social security benefits and how do you know if you qualify for them? The Social Security Administration (SSA) pays out billions of dollars every month to retirees, disabled workers, and their family members. By knowing and understanding how social security benefits are calculated and paid out, you may be eligible for more than you think.
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For many people, the idea of “downsizing” causes stress, eliciting thoughts of packing up and leaving a beloved home and possessions. As we age, though, downsizing can be a positive step toward a healthy, happy retirement that focuses on fulfilling experiences and relationships.
When many people hear the words “estate planning,” they think of extravagant mansions and grand inheritances. However, estate planning is far from the exclusive domain of the extremely wealthy. In fact, it offers benefits for all people -- regardless of the size of their assets. Let’s take a closer look at what’s involved in estate planning, along with why it’s so important.
This Sunday is Appreciate Your Social Security Check Day (time to celebrate). Did you know that over 59 million Americans receive benefits from Social Security? The Social Security Administration reportedly pays out over $72 billion in benefits each month to retirees, disabled workers, and their family members. Are you getting everything you deserve?
Condensing a lifetime of memories, mementos and life experiences while downsizing into a smaller space can be an overwhelming experience for many seniors. Oftentimes you are moving from a home you have lived in for 30+ years. You have seen your children grow up in this home and many holidays and celebrations have taken place in your living and dining rooms. The decision to leave can be a difficult one. We at Presbyterian Senior Living want to assist you with this major decision. Our team of design specialists and move in coordinators can help ease the transition to senior living by providing you with a new, personalized custom home; a home that will host the next adventure in your life.