February 7, 2020 Guest Author

How to Help Parents–And Yourself–Live Better at 80, 90 and Beyond

They say we get wise as we get older, but let’s face it: Many new uncertainties and challenges can crop up as people get deeper into their golden years. Changes in physical health and issues with memory can mean you- or your elderly parents- might require new types of never-before-needed assistance.

With that in mind, here’s a look at two key issues that may impact your life or the lives of your elderly parents–aging in place, and safeguarding wealth from costly cognitive mistakes.

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