Aging Parents

FAI-Juggling the Financial Demands of Adult Children & Aging Parents

Juggling the Financial Demands of Adult Children & Aging Parents

By: Mark Stinson
6/13/2018

Each month we’ll spotlight one chapter from our 3-part eBook series,  "Caring for Our Aging Parents".  

This Month's Focus is taken from eBook #2, Chapter 1: “Juggling the Financial Demands of Adult Children & Aging Parents.”

Many Americans are ...

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Family Affair: Working Together to Care for Your Aging Parents

Family Affair: Working Together to Care for Your Aging Parents

By: Mark Stinson
5/2/2018

Millions of Baby Boomers are becoming senior citizens and many of them have aging parents who require some level of physical or financial help.

Across the country, Boomer-aged adults are offering assistance to their elderly loved ones, and it can ...

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Easing your parents' transition to assisted living

Seven Secrets to Easing Your Parents' Transition to Assisted Living

By: Mark Stinson
2/16/2018

Change is often difficult for people of all ages.  So it’s not surprising that seniors who are moving from their home into an assisted living community typically encounter some degree of difficulty adjusting to their new surroundings. If you ...

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Baby Boomer at Work

Older Workers May Just Be the Most Valuable People in the Office

By: Mark Stinson
2/5/2018

Baby Boomers form the largest trained pool of potential future employees ever available to American businesses.

Over the next decade, 43% of America’s workforce will reach age 65 and be eligible for retirement. Collectively, these men and women represent ...

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10 Things to Locate Before Mom or Dad Has a Health Crisis

Ten Things You Need to Locate Before Mom or Dad Has a Health Crisis

11/13/2017

“Grandpop passed away suddenly at age 64. My grandmother decided to sell their rambling farmhouse and move to a community for seniors. Part of that transition meant downsizing and getting rid of most of their furniture to accommodate her new ...

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tough conversations with aging loved ones

How to Have Tough Conversations with Your Aging Loved Ones

10/22/2017

There are many conversations that we enjoy having with our parents—sharing news about a promotion or the impending birth of a new grandchild, for example.

These conversations and others like them evoke happiness, excitement, and good times. But time ...

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What to do with your aging parents' stuff

What to Do With Your Aging Parents' Stuff

10/6/2017

According to the 2014 United States census report, more than 20 percent of America’s population will be age 65 or older by 2030. As these older adults start downsizing or moving to retirement communities and assisted living facilities, the ...

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Recent News

Recent News

Is An Accessory Dwelling Unit Right for Your Aging Parents?

Is An Accessory Dwelling Unit Right for Your Aging Parents?

2/22/2019 12:00:00 AM EST
2 days ago

Assisted living in your own back yard?

Ninety percent of seniors say they’d prefer to stay in their homes and age in place. But ...

Where Should You Live in Retirement? Part II

Where Should You Live in Retirement? Part II

2/14/2019 12:00:00 AM EST
a week ago

Dan and Edna, loved the American Southwest, they spent most of their vacations exploring New Mexico, Arizona, and the entire Four Corners area.

They loved ...

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Good Friday: FAI Office Closed

Good Friday: FAI Office Closed

4/19/2019 12:00:00 AM EDT
FAI's Office will be closed in observance for Good ...

FAI's Quarterly Investment Review Webinar

FAI's Quarterly Investment Review Webinar

4/25/2019 11:00:00 AM EDT
Curt Gross, FAI's Chief Investment Officer, will be going ...