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Planning for Retirement: It’s a Play in Three Acts

When planning for retirement, many of us think of our “post-work” years as one long season of life. But as most retirement planners know, and most retirees eventually discover, planning for retirement doesn’t mean planning for one season. It really means planning for three distinct periods of life, like watching

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Is Your Retirement Plan a House of Cards?

If you’re the average American, your retirement plan consists of legal documents (your estate plan) and a nest egg (your financial plan) designed to achieve two primary goals: This kind of planning works beautifully if you’re lucky enough to die in your sleep. Most of us won’t be so fortunate.

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How can I age at home?

Do you hope to live in your current home until you die? If your answer is “yes,” you’re in good company. Studies by AARP and MetLife show that 90% of Americans want to stay in their current home until the end. Yet only 30% of Americans get their wish. Will

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Where will you live when you get old?

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who are scared to death of ending up in a nursing home when your health fails, is there anything you can do right now to make sure that you don’t end up in an institutional setting? Fortunately, the answer is yes. When

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I want to live in a nursing home, said no one ever.

Is living in a nursing home on your bucket list? Is it on your top-ten list of places to visit before you die? Probably not. No one is dying to move into a nursing home. You probably don’t know anyone who wants to live in a nursing home, but you

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A Washington Resident's Guide to Medicaid Long-Term Care Benefits

Learn the basic rules of Medicaid Long-Term Care in Washington from an expert who has helped thousands of people qualify for these life-saving benefits. Written by elder law attorney Aaron Paker, this easy-to-read book explains the rules in language everyone can understand. If you want straight talk about what benefits are available to pay for long-term care for an elderly loved one, this book is a must-read.

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