1.) Life Insurance: Sometimes empty nesters believe that they don’t need life insurance anymore. We asked Chad Viminitz, financial planner and author of “Money Assassins” if this is the case. We found out that life insurance presents different options for an empty nester. Term life insurance becomes prohibitively expensive at about 60 years of age. A switch in insurance focus can save us a lot of money, every month.
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They are called our Golden Years. Put aside the sunset imagery for a moment and think about the gold that we can save with some of these ideas. Gildshire thinks that, while we may be getting older, we’ve never looked better.