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  • “A Bittersweet Symphony” For The Sandwich Generation
    “A Bittersweet Symphony” For The Sandwich Generation

    Exposing the struggles and sacrifices of aging in place

    HomeEquity Bank, provider of the CHIP Reverse Mortgage, worked with Ipsos on new research to shed light on the worries of the Sandwich Generation – Canadians aged 25 to 65 who have their own children and aging parents. The research provides a fresh perspective on the caregiving crunch, focusing on the impact of this dual…
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  • Caregivers In The Workplace
    Caregivers In The Workplace

    78% of caregivers working full time expect their employers to provide benefits supporting them as caregivers

    With more American workers taking on caregiving duties in their personal lives—and their overall wellness being impacted because of it—more employees expect their employers to provide benefits and resources to support them in their caregiving responsibilities, according to the results of a recent survey.
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  • 2024 State Of Health Care
    2024 State Of Health Care

    Highlighting areas of priority for employer benefit plan sponsors

    CBIZ (NYSE: CBZ), a leading national provider of insurance, financial and advisory services, released its second annual State of Health Care Report. This year's findings highlight how critical it is for employers to offer health care benefits that are not only comprehensive but also specifically tailored to meet the changing needs and desires of the…
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  • Aging In Place
    Aging In Place

    More than three-quarters of baby boomers plan to stay in their home as they grow older

    More than three-quarters (78%) of older American homeowners plan to stay in their current home as they age, according to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage.
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  • Health Care Costs Top The List Of Financial Worries In Retirement
    Health Care Costs Top The List Of Financial Worries In Retirement

    63% say health care costs are a top concern, more than running out of money (58%) and inflation (53%)

    In retirement, personal finances and health care costs go hand in hand. A lack of preparation for one can expose you to serious risks in the other.
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  • Trends In Health Savings Account Balances, Contributions, Distributions, And Investments, 2011–2022
    Trends In Health Savings Account Balances, Contributions, Distributions, And Investments, 2011–2022

    New, long-term analysis of health savings account usage finds contributions below maximum levels, most accountholders taking distributions and few investing

    A new research report utilizing the latest available data about health savings accounts (HSA), published today by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), finds average contributions are well below the maximum allowed, most accountholders taking a distribution from their HSA and relatively few accountholders investing.
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  • Seven In Ten Women Investors Are Rethinking If And When They Can Retire
    Seven In Ten Women Investors Are Rethinking If And When They Can Retire

    Single women less optimistic about financial outlook than married peers

    Uncertain market conditions and the rising cost of living are significantly impacting women investors and their retirement plans. As they grapple with cascading economic headwinds, seven in ten (70%) women investors say that inflation and signs of a potential recession have made them rethink if and when they can retire, according to Nationwide’s ninth annual…
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  • Cost Of Long-Term Care
    Cost Of Long-Term Care

    Costs continue to increase as a result of nationwide inflation and worker shortages

    The cost of long-term care services increased across all provider types and increased more substantially for certain settings, according to Genworth’s Cost of Care Survey 2023.
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  • Managing Americans’ Employee Benefits Patchwork
    Managing Americans’ Employee Benefits Patchwork

    Advisors must determine where clients are protected – and where they are not

    As the new year begins, tens of millions of Americans have a new array of employee benefits options they selected in last year’s open enrollment period.
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  • Americans Now Have an Obesity Bill of Rights
    Americans Now Have an Obesity Bill of Rights

    Sets a goal to define quality care as the right of all adults

    Because obesity – the most prevalent and costly chronic disease in the United States – remains largely undiagnosed and untreated a decade after the American Medical Association (AMA) classified it as a serious disease requiring comprehensive care.
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