Citing the abuse of an estimated 80,000 Michigan senior citizens, the state Senate today introduced a series of bills that would toughen the penalties for those convicted of committing fraud on the elderly.
Nancy Nall Reporting Reverse mortgages can be described as a form of piggy bank – for years, you put money in your house (the piggy bank), and eventually paid off your mortgage, or reduced […]
James Melton Reporting More than one of every five Americans age 62 and older who expected to retire early are still working, according to a recent analysis of the prevalence of unanticipated work in retirement […]
James Melton Reporting You won’t live forever, so why run your business as if you will? Facing up to one’s own mortality is tough. And, for a family business owner, it can be even tougher […]
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 […]