Category: Work/Life Balance

Capturing Fleeting Memories

Memory loss is quite normal as we age, but what most people think of as memory loss is actually a decline in the ability to perform tasks requiring attention and executive function.

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The Decision to Unretire

Americans have always unretired. In fact, after dipping to 2% during the COVID crisis, the percentage of retirees re-entering the workforce has returned to its pre-pandemic level.

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Applying Behavioral Finance to Decumulation

The study of behavioral finance has provided valuable insights into how individual behaviors can frustrate investment success. Recognizing the inherent biases that adversely affect investment decision-making has led to strategies and actions that have promoted better behavior and improved investment outcomes.

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Keeping Children Intellectually Engaged Over Summer Break

It’s a myth that the summer break is an anachronism of our agrarian roots. In fact, the summer break, created by 19th century reformers to standardize the school calendar, is rooted in pre-air conditioned urban schools, which made the summer months the most sensible period for taking a break. What is a not a myth, however, is the “summer slide” in academics … and studies show this.

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