Different strokes for different folks. One of the many advantages of living in the United States is there are so many different places to live. You can opt for the mountains or live by the sea. You can live in open country and rural farmlands, bustling cities or remote forested areas. Hot, cold or temperate…

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The Indexed Annuity Leadership Council recently published a report that included a scoring mechanism for how “retirement ready” Americans are based on job status. “White-collar workers” rated just below 50 percent in terms of retirement readiness, while “blue- and gray-collar workers” were somewhat lower, at 44.7 percent.1   Another recent report on retirement readiness was…

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To age in home, or not to age in home: That is the question many retirees eventually face. One major determining factor is whether they can afford to move into a senior community offering living assistance and nursing care if necessary.   While costs vary from state to state, the 2018 nationwide price for assisted…

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