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Some retirees find they must move to another city or state in order to retire comfortably, which often means leaving family. Which is worse? Going back to work or moving away? Retired readers who have faced such a move share the pros and cons.
You may have never pictured renting out a portion of your home, but if you want or need to stay in your home and need a little extra cash each month, renting out a spare room could be a great solution to your problems.
Parents can be resistant to the idea of assisted living. Here are some strategies to try when they don’t want to face the fact that their current living situation is not the safest environment for them.
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Can’t get your siblings to pitch in with the financial or physical care of your aging parents? Our readers share their advice and experiences on how to get some help while keeping peace in the family.