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Get Outside This Spring

As much of the country emerges from dreary, cold, winter months, now is a great time to begin exercising more regularly and enjoying the spring warmth. Studies have shown that regular aerobic exercise, such as walking, jogging, biking, gardening and swimming, reduces the risks of early mortality by 30-35%.

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Should I Buy Life Insurance for my Parents?

The thought of buying life insurance for loved ones can create stress and tension, as no one wants to think about death and the ultimate loss of a loved one. It’s important to understand however, that the costs of care for family caregivers can create multi-generational financial challenges, as adult children continuously face the responsibility to care for parents and,

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Tax Season is Here!

With the tax filing deadline less than one month away, we at HCG Secure want to ensure you’re taking advantage of deductions and credits available to retirees.

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Your Durable Medical Equipment Questions, Answered with Monica Stynchula

Monica Stynchula, MSW, MPH is the CEO & Founder of REUNIONCare, Inc. Here, she answers many questions you may have about accessing and affording durable medical equipment.

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This Valentine’s Day, Show Your Love Through Advance Care Planning

This year, we want to encourage you to give the gift of peace of mind through conversations and documentation of your care and end-of-life wishes.

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Why LTC Insurance?

By outlining financial coverage as a crucial element of advance care planning, we hope to encourage individuals to explore the costs of the care they hope to receive later in life and to plan for these costs in advance; thus, affordability is not the primary factor when you’re at your most vulnerable and in need of long-term care services and

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Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones this Flu Season!

As we progress through the winter months, it often seems like everyone is sneezing, coughing, and weighed down by seasonal illness. The most prominent flu strain in the U.S. this year, H3N2, has historically caused more severe symptoms for children and elderly individuals, so it’s especially important to protect yourself, and those closest to you, from infection this season.

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What to Know Heading into 2023 – 401ks, Long-Term Care, and more!

As we kick off the new year, now is the time to take stock of your retirement savings, planning needs, and how you’ll manage the costs most of us will face throughout retirement.

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Short and Long-Term Planning around the Holidays

As you think about short-term travel plans or long-term care needs, the most important step you can take is planning. Making a plan begins with open communication and support from loved ones. Make the most of this holiday season by initiating these conversations; your future self will thank you!  Enjoy the holidays and best wishes for a happy & healthy

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National Family Caregivers Month – Gary’s Story

Gary’s acknowledgement of affordability issues when it comes to LTC feels universal in the aging space.

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