• Retirement
    Guide to Starting a Business After Retirement

    If you are retiring soon but you still want to work then, why not consider starting a business? This might sound like a difficult task to do but, if you get the right advice it can be...

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    How to Retire Early

    The Golden Years are every American’s dream; with no work schedule, plenty of retirement funds, and the world at your feet, the possibilities are endless. The average retirement age in America is somewhere between about 62 and...

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  • Funeral service
    Tips To Plan A Meaningful Funeral Service For A Loved One

    Planning a funeral is not pleasant in any aspect; however, it is essential to remain focused on planning a special day that will commemorate the life of your loved one that has passed away. As funerals and...

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  • Capital
    Releasing Capital From Your Pension at 55: A Guide

    If you’re over 55 and trying to source capital to enable you to expand your business or invest in a new enterprise, you may be considering releasing capital from your pension. Before you make any decisions, it’s...

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  • Retirement
    Preparing Your Farm for Your Retirement

    A retirement will often mean many different changes to your lifestyle and you need to make sure that you are properly prepared for your golden years. You will have no doubt but a lot of work into...

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  • Construction jobs
    Construction Jobs and Accessories

    Construction jobs are incredibly varied, with a large number of potential roles available, from project managers to builders. If you are seeking a job in the construction industry or are looking for a career change but are...

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    Preparing for Medicare’s Annual Election Period

    Medicare’s Annual Election Period (AEP) confuses people daily. Many people think that if they wait until the AEP, also called the Fall Open Enrollment Period, they will be able to enroll in a Medigap plan without having...

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  • Credit union
    4 Reasons You Should Consider Opening an Account at a Credit Union

    While credit unions have been around for a while, they are still largely unknown to many. Some may think that they’re just another type of bank, and might not see the reason why they should opt for...

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  • Retirement
    Retirement Can be Fantastic – If You’re Prepared

    Most Americans dream of retirement free of worry – one where they have the time and resources to travel, spend time with family, and live life the way they want to after years of work. That’s true...

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  • Cargiver
    How to Navigate Life as a Spousal Caregiver

    Marriage is undoubtedly a beautiful experience. You’re able to share consistent, fun memories with the person you love. You’re able to raise a family of your own together as a caregiver. You have someone who will be...

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  • Disability Insurance
    Should you take out disability insurance?

    None of us are immune to disability or illness. Here at LivingBetter50, we believe that Disability insurance can provide you and your family with peace of mind and protection against financial hardship. It allows you to remain...

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  • Retirement
    Solving Your Personal Retirement Crisis

    For many of us, the thought of spending our golden years of retirement relaxing, partaking in hobbies, and socializing with the people we care about is enough to get us through several decades of employment. However, the...

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