End-of-Life planning should be a priority, it is the process of making critical decisions about how you want your healthcare, medical treatment, and personal care to be handled should you become unable to think or speak for yourself.
Although it is important to understand your Social Security retirement benefits, you’ll need to keep in mind that just because you have reached your full retirement age, doesn’t mean you should necessarily retire.
Your estate planning should cover more than just what happens to your assets when you die. It also needs to account for how your assets are managed should you become incapacitated and unable to manage them yourself.
March Madness is in the air. Even if you are not a fan of basketball, this is still a great time of year. We are wrapping up winter, getting ready for spring, and there are all kinds of things going on to help us get moving. I know for me winter tends to bring out my...