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Should life expectancy be part of financial planning?

It’s not as hard to make it to 100 as you think. Statistics Canada says there were 5,825 centenarians in 2011, up from 3,795 just a decade earlier. By 2061, the federal agency estimates close to 80,000 people will reach the century mark.
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By |May 19th, 2014|Caregiving, Eldercare, News|Comments Off on Should life expectancy be part of financial planning?

It’s Never Too Early to Start the Conversation: Talking to Parents About Their Changing Needs

“If you don’t want to talk about this, or if you can’t, maybe you could just pray for a tornado to hit your parents the day before they get sick.” Shlomo F. Kreitzer, a retired psychologist.

There are some things in life we don’t really […]

By |July 2nd, 2013|Eldercare|Comments Off on It’s Never Too Early to Start the Conversation: Talking to Parents About Their Changing Needs