James Melton Reporting David Brophy has an interesting take on Michigan. Brophy, director of the Center for Venture Capital and Private Equity Finance at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, sees our state […]
As parents or other relatives advance in age, the cost of health care, nursing homes, and other services can spiral out of control. Does it make sense for older people to pay huge monthly life […]
Pat Sweeting Reporting Over age 50 and looking for a job? Google the words “over 50 employment,” and you’ll be presented with a number of websites.
Pat Sweeting Reporting When is the best time to begin mapping-out your retirement plan? The Financial Planning Association recommends that retirement planning begin in the mid-20′s. There are various ways to put money aside […]
Nancy Nall Reporting If you start noticing a little less in your paycheck, it may not be your imagination. The Pension Protection Act 2006 law allows companies to “auto-enroll” employees in retirement savings plans. In […]
Nancy Nall Reporting There’s nothing like hearing that nursing-home care can cost $8,000 a month to send a person into despair. Never mind gasoline at $3 a gallon. How are older Americans to manage their […]
Nancy Nall Reporting A reader writes to WWJ Newsradio 950 about Caring for Aging Parents: Is there a check list of information (financial, mortgage, insurance, auto, etc.) that children should have from their parents? We […]