Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) are living arrangements that combine independent living, assisted living, and nursing home care on a single campus. CCRCs offer residents a continuum of care throughout their lives.Continue reading “What Are Continuing Care Retirement Communities?”
Over 25 million people in the United States currently have a safe deposit box with a bank or credit union to store valuables, important documents, and sometimes even cash. Are your belongings in these historical “safe-havens” really that safe though?Continue reading “Is Your Safe Deposit Box Really Safe?”
Condor’s staff recently visited Bowlmor Green Brook for a company-sponsored event. You can bet they spent the night tearing up the lanes with their strikes!Continue reading “Bowling at Bowlmor Green Brook”
Independent living communities, also known as rental retirement communities, offer housing options for active seniors and retirees who require little or no assistance with daily activities. Most independent living residents desire an environment where they don’t have to be concerned about safety, maintenance, and homeownership responsibilities.Continue reading “Do Independent Living Communities Differ From CCRCs?”
Retirement health-care costs will vary depending on your health and longevity, but it may help to have a guideline. These are the estimated savings required for an individual or couple who turned 65 in 2019 to have a 90% chance of meeting expenses for Medicare Part B health insurance, Part D prescription drug coverage, Medigap Plan F, and out-of-pocket drug costs, assuming median prescription drug expenses.* These estimates do not include services not covered by Medicare or Medigap.Continue reading “How Much Will Health Care Cost?”
Like almost everything else these days, the holidays have become a barrage of options and choices, with nearly limitless opportunities to overspend. Here are some tips to help you make sure your family’s spending remains in check this holiday season.Continue reading “Tips for Managing Your Holiday Spending”
Original Medicare — Part A hospital insurance and Part B medical insurance — offers broad coverage, but many services are not covered.
Some may be fully or partially covered by a Part C Medicare Advantage Plan, which replaces Original Medicare, or a Medigap policy, which supplements Original Medicare. Both are offered by Medicare-approved private insurers. (You cannot have both a Medicare Advantage Plan and a Medigap policy.)
Whether you are looking forward to Medicare in the future or are already enrolled, you should consider these potential expenses.Continue reading “What Health Services Aren’t Covered by Medicare?”
Condor has sent out its 2019 3rd Quarter Newsletter!
- Federal Income Tax: How Did We Get Here?
- Social Security: Shoring Up America’s Safety Net
- How Can I Teach My High School Student the Importance of Financial Literacy?
- Should Parents “Go for Broke” on Youth Sports?
You can read our online copy by clicking here.