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A recent Time magazine poll reports that approximately one in four Americans say they don’t plan to ever retire.  Clearly the Rolling Stones are a great example of this but believe it or not, they’re also playing a role in helping fans better prepare for this new ‘retirement’ life phase by not only serving as …

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After last month’s blog celebrating ‘America’s Amazing Super Seniors’, today we return to the Wealthspan focus of Longevity Planning to address the financial aspects of preparing for this new retirement. We left off discussing the fact that while the majority of Americans are concerned about the financial realities of living long, people don’t seem to …

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As I sit down to write this blog the day before the Fourth of July, it seems appropriate to break from the norm of our on-going Longevity Planning series to celebrate America and today’s amazing ‘Super Seniors’ who are not only redefining aging — but embracing what America represents by continuing to inspire others through …

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As we continue our discussion on the three aspects of Longevity Planning: Lifespan – the role of living long; Healthspan – how we’ll be here long; today we’ll begin to address Wealthspan, the financial focus of this new longevity. While all three of these aspects work in tandem, the financial ramifications of this new longevity …

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Continuing our discussion of Healthspan, the second of three primary focuses on Longevity Planning/Management, being May is Older Americans month, today we’ll address the role we play in living long and living well by rethinking longevity in entirely new and different ways. Let’s start off by asking, ‘Who’s Afraid of Growing Old?’ In my speaking …

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