bridge jobs for seniors

It used to be that one’s work life was divided into two distinct stages. There was the first stage when you put your nose to the grindstone for 40+ hours a week and didn’t move it away from that grindstone for 40+ years. Then there were the 10 or 20 years at the end when…

Pre-retirement

Retirement equals relaxation, right? In theory, retirement is a stress-free time with few hassles, commitments, or deadlines. However, getting there can be stressful. Retirement is a major life change, and adjusting to it can even be as stressful as life events like moving, marriage, and bereavement. Retirement may bring financial worries, social and emotional changes,…

Ask The Expert

Ask The Expert: Financial Services Kevin Wedmore, President of Hoosier Senior Solutions in Indianapolis, Indiana   Q: What is the V. A. Aid and Attendance benefit? A: The Aid and Attendance benefit is a program to provide monetary assistance for certain veterans, their spouses, or their surviving spouses when that individual needs assistance with care…

Ask The Expert

Ask The Expert: Financial Services Kevin Wedmore, President of Hoosier Senior Solutions in Indianapolis, Indiana   Q: My biggest concern is running out of money while I pay for my husband’s treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. Are there any benefits that would be available to help me pay for his care?   A: Running out of…

planning for retirement

 …or too late! While many baby boomers ping pong between playing adviser to their grown children and caregiver to their senior parents, they often forget about planning for their own future. But retirement is one of the biggest life changes you will ever experience. It’s critical to have a plan in place — way ahead…