Category: senior

June 2, 2010

Comments on Ellen Roseman’s articles on annuities in the Toronto Star

Ellen Roseman published good articles in the Toronto Star lately (here and here) about longevity risks, and how it can be addressed by annuities. Below is my email sent to her. I wrote the …

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January 18, 2010

Planning around Long-term care need if one cannot (or doesn’t want to) buy LTC insurance

‘There is more than one way to skin a cat’ can be true for some when planning how to pay for the things (and mainly the services) triggered by a potential long-term care situation. Underwriting difficulties are more frequent than …

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December 22, 2009

Long Term Care insurance (LTCi) – an increasingly more important risk managing tool

What is the smaller mistake? The ‘waste premium dollars’ vs. ‘going uninsured’ dilemma in a ‘historical asset/income effects’ context. There is always a risk at any age that we become unable to take care of ourselves; chances for that grow …

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July 27, 2009

New ways of creating personal pension type retirement income producing portfolios

Invitation to a conference dealing with annuities and optimal allocation in retirement provides an opportunity to evaluate two special calculators, one (from a major Canadian insurer) kept for financial advisors and insurance agents/brokers, while the other freely available for anyone …

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June 1, 2008

Seniors in the family? Yourself, your (grand)parents, … or both?

Filed under: senior,planning,situational: - 01 Jun 2008

The concept and issues of aging have been going through tremendous changes recently. Being a senior is much less chronologically determined than before. Previously unheard of challenges, opportunities, and ambitions characterize many seniors’ lives. The following …

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