By Eve Kaplan, CFP® Professional
A hundred years ago people in the US were extremely old if they lived past 65. What a difference living in 2016 makes! Reaching age 65 now represents just the 2/3 mark for many people expected to live to 95 and beyond. Health, exercise and medical advances all make this possible in a way unimaginable through most of human history.
That’s wonderful news, but what happens if your aging parents weren’t expecting to live into their 80s and 90s? It could mean they become an emotional and/or financial burden to their adult children, placing some …Read More