The shift in today’s workforce numbers are indicating that there’s an increase of older adults staying in the workforce instead of retiring. Statistics show that among the 65 and older, 18.5% are still working. Those numbers have created a safety challenge throughout the nation. Reason being, that senior motorists whom are traveling to and from work, will experience the age-related deterioration in their driving skills... Read Article
Ah.. Really?!? You can call yourself a sailor?!? However, the instant you hear the boat’s keel bump the bottom it’s either an indication of the beginning of something catastrophic (like this guy) or it’s just a momentary gut-clench. Usually a typical grounding is somewhere in between the two scenarios. But getting the boat ungrounded will require a bit of skill and a little bit of luck.... Read Article
Ideally, between the ages of 50 and 65. This age group begins to think realistically about retirement and is actively planning for that golden day. Usually, they will have the other financial requirements behind them at that point such as a mortgage, college tuition and the like. So, planning for the financial impact of retirement is the next logical choice. With that, it is prudent... Read Article
Believe it or not, you do. Or rather your homeowners insurance does. Most tree-falling incidents are generally caused by “acts of God” such as ice, heavy winds, lighting, wind and snow, and are considered uncontrollable events which no one is held liable for the destruction that it creates. So, in that case, if your home is struck by a neighbor's tree during a storm, your homeowner insurance will cover the damage done to your house, as well... Read Article
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