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Space, The Final Frontier: Seniors Living Apart Together

Space, The Final Frontier: Seniors Living Apart Together

Amara Rose August 22, 2017 2

People choose not to cohabit for various reasons. They may live far apart geographically, and love their respective homes too much to move. Or they want to remain near kids/grandkids. A huge issue for

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Retirement Wizardry:  Where the Smart Money Meets Reverse Mortgage Magic

Retirement Wizardry: Where the Smart Money Meets Reverse Mortgage Magic

Amara Rose July 5, 2017 2

As 10,000 baby boomers a day turn 65 (a phenomenon that began in 2011 and continues through 2029), retirement savings — or the lack thereof — continues to be grist for financial columnists nationwide.

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Your Family Resource Hot List

Your Family Resource Hot List

Amara Rose December 8, 2015 4

Five Resources for Your Older Family Members & Clients In October we curated some of the best retirement planning resources for reverse mortgage professionals, many of whom may have an entire life phase ahead

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Live Long & Prosper: Part 2

Live Long & Prosper: Part 2

Amara Rose July 21, 2015 2

A Good Life Until the Very End Old age is not a disease, though modern medicine has been treating it as one, argues Harvard Medical school professor and surgeon Atul Gawande in his compelling

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Live Long & Prosper: Part 1

Live Long & Prosper: Part 1

Amara Rose July 14, 2015 4

How Will We Fill The Bonus Years? “I’m grateful for every age I’m blessed to become.”  ~ Oprah Winfrey, from What I Know For Sure As we’ve discussed previously, while dying is feared in

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On the Move — or Not

On the Move — or Not

Amara Rose June 16, 2015 5

In 2015, retirees are fully embracing the old fast food commercial to "Have it your way" when it comes to how and where they're choosing to retire. Many still opt to stay put, and

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Social Impact Bonds and Aging in Place

Social Impact Bonds and Aging in Place

Amara Rose November 25, 2014 1

A viable social impact bond for aging in place needs the right metrics and benchmarks, such as doctor visits and a quality of life index, in order to gauge its success. As six people

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Age Is a State of Grace, Part 1: Acting Out

Age Is a State of Grace, Part 1: Acting Out

Amara Rose November 4, 2014 6

Age is definitely a state of mind, as one elder demonstrates repeatedly. At 83, Violette moved from North Carolina to Costa Rica to live with a daughter's family, but found the arrangement too confining

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