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Retirement Planning – 30 Questions You Should Ask To Plan For Your Future

Retirement Planning – 30 Questions You Should Ask To Plan For Your Future

Retirement planning doesn’t stop the day you retire. It continues as your life unfolds. 142 more words


Strategies to Promote Positive Aging in New Zealand

Much like elsewhere in the Western world, the population in New Zealand is aging; the number of people over 65 has doubled since 1980, and is expected to double once again by 2036. 469 more words

Diana Kingsbury

Innovative Approaches to Providing Preventive and Health Services to Older Adults in the Community

By Lisa Price, M.D.

Many adults want to live independently as they age. They enjoy the freedom and the ability to continue to pursue life on their own terms. 482 more words


F is for Fits

This April’s blog posts will be highlighting some of the knowledge I gathered when I was certified as a Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES) and will explore different ways to determine if selling your home is the best course action as you age.  698 more words

Preparing To Sell Real Estate

Accessibility: A Rare and Valuable Feature

Home accessibility is not highlighted very often and in Seattle you do not find a large number of long flat ramblers. Accessibility is a feature that should be considered when making a home purchase or doing any remodel or renovation that adds current value to your life because it will later add appeal to a larger audience when you go to sell. 488 more words

Certified Relocation & Transition Specialist

Benefits for Employee Caregivers

By Maureen Hewitt

Employees today are called upon by organizations to increase productivity and produce high-quality products and services in ways they haven’t had to in the past. 566 more words


Transformation: Aging In Place

By Maureen Hewitt

I am one of more than 65 million Americans who has been a caregiver for an aging loved one. My mother, Margaret, was among those who wanted to age in place. 670 more words