• According to the Pew Research Center, nearly three out of 10 people in the sandwich generation – those individuals who care for their aging parents while supporting their own children – said they have provided financial support for a parent in the preceding 12 months.* Dr. Katy Votava, a renowned health care and money management expert, recently appeared on national


  • It’s a trend that few people want to consider: Adult children caring for their aging parents. Alarmingly, a growing number of women in their 40s and 50s – their prime earning years – are having to leave the workforce to provide long-term care for someone in their family. The impact on women, in particular, is significant and financially costly. According


  • Financial advisors work diligently to help seniors achieve post-retirement safety and security. But there is one area of financial planning that has become so great a concern it has, literally, been labeled an American “crisis:” The Long-Term Care Crisis. While news outlets, government agencies, and researchers ponder how to change the course of this crisis, there is one fact advisors


  • With respect to the life insurance secondary market there are almost too many myths to count. Unfortunately, some of the misconceptions about the secondary market are purposefully perpetuated by life insurance companies that aggressively place their own profit margins ahead of their customers’ interests. But I’m not here to point fingers (in ears, eyes, or wherever). Instead, let me bust


  • What do you know about turning your life insurance policy into a long-term care contract? Is it better to go through your insurance agency, or to sell it in the life insurance secondary market? Senior Voice America listeners may have a better understanding of their options after listening to a recent interview with financial services expert Jeffrey McGregor. “Life insurance