4 Myths of Long-Term Care

Today, Americans live longer, which means we must address long-term care costs when considering retirement planning.  In 1950, the life expectancy for men was 67 years, and 72 years for women.1 Today, according to the Social Security Administration, a 65-year-old person can expect to live an additional 19 to 21 years on average. What’s more, the…

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What’s Up With Inflation?

Inflation was already on the rise before we learned about the omicron variant. Now on top of supply-chain shortages and transportation disruptions, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell recently observed that a resurgence of COVID-19 cases could reduce the consumer-driven boom we’ve enjoyed for the past few months. Safety concerns could result in more workers being…

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