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3 Steps You Can Take For World Alzheimer’s Day

Monday, September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day. If you’ve had friends or family members who have suffered from Alzheimer’s disease, that makes it a very meaningful day of the year. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Almost two-thirds of those affected are women. It is the […]

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Elderly Care in Times of Pandemic

We’re pleased to share with you a guest blog from our colleague Linda Ames Lyon, CFP®, MBA. Linda serves as Associate Advisor with Mercer Advisors in its Washington D.C. branch. She writes about the very personal journey she went through with her husband as they discovered her aging mother-in-law needed a higher level of care. […]

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Top Reasons For Working Past 65

Older Americans are living longer than ever. So it should be no surprise that many plan to continue working into retirement to keep busy and stay mentally fit, reports Jacqueline Sergeant for Financial Advisor magazine. By 2026, almost 1/3 of all individuals in the 65-to-74 age group are projected to be gainfully employed, according to […]

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How Caregiving Duties Are Pushing More Women Out Of The Workforce

Many working age women (and men) – and quite a few of our clients – are caring for aging parents. That’s a difficult and often exhausting job. A recent New York Times article on the reality of caregiving (“Why Aren’t More Women Working? They’re Caring for Parents”) showed how women caregivers are often forced to drop […]

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