Tag: Health and Wellness
Keeping Your Brain Young: Slow Aging, Boost Productivity and Lower Risk for Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Recent significant studies point us to a compelling conclusion and powerful message: Serious mental decline is not an inevitable part of aging. Your short- and long-term brain health is in your hands, and you can lower your risk of dementia by about 60% if you take actionable steps now.
Preserving Your Health in Retirement [On-Demand Webinar]
Longevity educator Scott Fulton shares the science behind how we can influence our rate of aging and how to make health investments that can pay us back in years.
Three Important Medicare Considerations – If Age 65 or Older and Still Working
In their mid-60s, many people need to make important decisions about Medicare and when to start claiming Social Security. Financial advisor Cal Brown takes a closer look at this issue and how it may affect you.
How to Plan for Healthcare Costs in Retirement
According to a recent Fidelity study, healthcare for a retired couple aged 65 will be approximately $300,000. Becoming aware of your options to fund this goal in retirement can help mitigate the possibility of having to give up your current lifestyle.
Do I Have Enough?
What does having enough mean to you? Let’s examine some possible meanings and how you may want to explore all aspects of having enough. Though it can mean something different to everyone, the question is worth exploring.
What’s Your Post-Pandemic Ideal Future?
As we move closer to normalcy and post-pandemic life, Brent Brodeski, Savant’s CEO, offers seven thought-provoking questions. Taking the time to think about and answer them can help you get deliberate and focused as you travel further down the road toward your ideal future.
Positive Psychology [On-Demand Webinar]
In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn strategies for increasing happiness (all backed by academic research).
Are You Making the Most of Your Health Savings Account (HSA)?
A Health Savings Account (HSA) offers a triple tax savings benefit and can be a powerful tool in your retirement portfolio. Financial advisor Nicholas De Jong provides more details in his latest blog post.
Health Care Subsidies in Retirement – What You Need to Know
Health care continues to be one of the largest expenses in retirement. If you’re looking for a way to retire before age 65 and bridge the health coverage gap, this post presents a strategy using health care subsidies that can help reduce your expenses.
Enroll in Medicare at 65 and Consider Delaying Social Security
If you are one of millions of “Boomers” reaching age 65 each year, you must enroll in Medicare on time to avoid penalties. Financial advisor Kevin Kingston provides a helpful overview of important details you need to know about the enrollment process.
Planning for Long-Term Care
As life expectancy continues to increase, chances are you will need access to long-term care services as you age. Financial advisor Kevin Kingston outlines the basics of long-term care financing options in his latest blog post.
Planning for Long-Term Care Webinar
In this recorded webinar, Kevin Kingston and Christopher Ruedi reviews costs, benefits, drawbacks, and alternatives to long-term care insurance.