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Dealing With the Likelihood of Dementia in Later Years

According to a new report by Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research, more than half of us will suffer from cognitive decline by our late 80s. While this in and of itself is alarming, what’s even more concerning is the impact that diminished capacity can have on the decisions we’ll make regarding our financial arrangements. There are steps one can take, however, to protect ourselves, and they’re outlined in an article by Money editor Penelope Wang posted on’s Money page. Read her article here…


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