Posts by Chris Murray

Retirement: Savings and Financial Health

As many baby boomers near retirement, some new facts are coming into focus. According to the latest Government Accountability Office (GOA) report on retirement security, 29 percent of households aged 55 and older have no savings set aside for retirement and no pension. If that doesn’t change, they’ll be relying solely on Social Security during…

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The Future of AI in Health Care

Artificial intelligence (AI) is not just for Amazon’s Alexa anymore. Health care patients are starting to see more mainstream uses of AI-enabled tolls, such as:(1)  Robot-assisted surgery Virtual nursing assistants that stay in contact with both patients and providers Connected health management devices that you can download on your smartphone, wear on your body or…

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Navigating Your Finances As A Couple

Tax season is a good time for couples to get on the the same page regarding household finances. Now that you’ve filed your 2018 taxes, take time to think about how you can better work together with your spouse as you navigate 2019. Particularly for those who file jointly, it’s important for both spouses to…

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Don’t Leave Your Long-Term Care Plan to Chance

According to new research from Genworth, one of the nation’s leading long-term care insurance companies, Americans are both entering caregiver roles and requiring care at younger ages. Among the study’s findings: (1)  Nearly half of family caregivers now are men The average age of a family caregiver is 47 (down from age 53 in 2010)…

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Importance of Airline Industry Continues Ascent

After all the inconvenience it caused nationwide, it appears the main impetus for ending the federal government shutdown in January was its impact on air travel. On January 25, the FFA began restricting flights into and out of New York’s LaGuardia Airport due to a shortage of air traffic controllers. Prior to this, there had…

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