Retirement lessons children can learn from elderly parents

by Audrey Miller on February 5, 2016

in Health Care, In the Media

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Globe and Mail published January 28, 2016:

Audrey was interviewed as part of this retirement series:

Baby boomers caring for their aging parents have long faced challenges, from taking on this added role as caregivers to juggling the time demands of work and their own children’s needs.
These boomers – often referred to as the “sandwich generation” – face a financial planning crunch as their own retirement approaches. Many have parents well into their 80s and 90s and are responsible for their care, with some even supporting those who have outlived their savings. As the time quickly comes when there will be two sets of retirees in the family, experts say it’s important for boomers to secure solid retirement plans… read more.

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