Aging is What You Make of It
We're living longer-and healthierthan our predecessors, because of advancements in nutrition, medicine, public health, and sanitation during the last century. And now, thanks to innovation in technology, we're transforming
growing older into a more vibrant period of life that's about living better as much as it is about living longer.
Changes raise important questions about how you live in
retirement and plan for longevity from a financial standpoint. For example, what financial implications might there be for continuing to live at home instead of moving to an assisted care facility? Or when it comes to driving, is there a monetary trade off of giving up your own car and
relying on ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft?
There might not be one definitive answer, but it's important to consider the impacts with your
financial advisor. With these considerations in mind, it's
critical to decide whether or not you're going to engage in this on-demand, digital economy.
Whether it's for your own use or for an aging relative, do some research to see which apps cover the area you live in and what services are available to you.
Ultimately, the more familiar you are with what's available,
the more comfortable you'll be integrating this new technology into you, or your loved one's life.
Please join us for a workshop discussing these concerns:
Wednesday, May 22, 2019, Canby Adult Center with speakers from Alzheimer's Association and Hartford Funds. To RSVP call Cornerstone Wealth Management, at 503-266-7431.
Cornerstone Wealth Mangement
486 NW 2nd Ave.
Canby, OR 97013
Securities and advisory
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