Do you have a hard time remembering things? Do you feel exhausted and can’t clear your head? Many feel this way and wonder if it’s brain fog and what they can do to fix it.
You may receive income from mineral rights, not exactly a business as far as you are concerned but in some years a meaningful source of income. You may own a small part of a family business, whether one which is operating or one which has been created to hold rental property. You may own part of a family vacation home. Will these be counted in determining your eligibility for nursing home Medicaid?
Happy Grandparents’ Day! Whether you are a grandparent or a great grandparent – or a great uncle or aunt – this is your day! It’s your day to be remembered. It’s your day to think about how you want to be remembered in the future.
Have you ever wondered, “Why do only humans get Alzheimer’s?” Read more for the results of some studies that show how exercise can decrease the risk of developing Alzheimer’s dementia and cognitive decline.
At some point our parents, or our surviving parent, may find that the family home is just too large, requires too much in upkeep or repairs, or is too far from family, from friends, or from the places they now want to go. It might be time to move to a senior living facility. Read more for ways to ease the transition.
With hurricane season fast upon us, in addition to checking our evacuation packs and shelter-in-place items, it is time to think about what to do if disaster strikes. (Be sure to bookmark this article for help with future disaster preparedness.) Texas RioGrande Legal...
Some of us must postpone retirement while others may have to take retirement early. Over half of us have a 401k or similar workplace retirement plan, a traditional IRA or both. Regardless of how much or how little it holds, we wonder what will happen to it, to us, and to our families. These days we naturally feel insecure. Knowing about and adjusting to the SECURE Act may help.
Extreme heat, like the heat wave we’re experiencing now in Texas, is particularly dangerous for vulnerable older adults. Those older than 65 need to be especially vigilant in the heat because of the risk of heat-related deaths.
Whether you are caring for a disabled child, an aging parent or a frail spouse, someday you will no longer be able to do so. What happens then? It’s imperative that as a caregiver you plan for your successor.
The last thing we want to have to do in retirement is to have to choose between groceries and medicine. Yet how many of us review our Medicare formulary every year to decide whether we should change to another Medicare policy to save money? Besides this, what else can you do to lower the cost of prescription drugs?