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Women in the Sandwich Generation: Begin to Create a Plan for Your Future

Are you busy balancing your work and family life, raising kids and caring for aging parents? Although you’re likely making plans for your kids’ college and for your parents’ care right now, you need to also be thinking about what’s next for you. How ready are you? You may want to watch how Jeannie, a 48 year old new mom, is planning for her future. And see how Maryannhas put a long-term care plan in place, so her son won’t be in the stressful position she was as her mom … Continue reading

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As a Sandwiched Boomer, you may be facing tough long term care decisions about your aging parents. Research indicates that most elderly want to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible. Do the ways in which political candidates have looked after their own parents matter to you? Perhaps some of their experiences have helped shape their policies. The family leave act, project independent choices and the independence at home plan are but a few of the programs that have been implemented in various states. What kind of … Continue reading

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