Retirement Planning Should Consider Alzheimer's
Powell, Robert, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
BOSTON -- When it comes to retirement, there are lots of things to consider: tax rates, earthquakes, and drug interactions to name a few. But experts say there are two big elephants in the room with which many of us will have to deal, sooner or later.
One is trying to make up for lost time on the savings front by assuming you can work later in life. The other is a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, either for oneself or a close family member.
Let's tackle the tougher one first.
Some 5.3 million people now have Alzheimer's, according to a recent report issued by the Alzheimer's Association. That's roughly the population of Colorado. The disease is the seventh …
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