Take a quick skim through articles we found useful this month in the Long Term Care planning world.

68 Million Americans Are Changing Their Retirement Plans

This is the fifth in a 10-part series on “The Future of Retirement” that we are posting over the course of several months. If you are interested in better understanding what’s ahead, we invite you to check out our new book “What Retirees Want: A Holistic View of Life’s Third Age.”

New CFP CE credits available through Dec. 31st

3 new topics available – all up to date, including how to factor in considerations due to COVID.

Baby boomers show concerning decline in cognitive functioning: Trend reverses progress over several generations, study finds

In a reversal of trends, American baby boomers scored lower on a test of cognitive functioning than did members of previous generations, according to a new nationwide study.

COVID-19 could lead to billions in long-term healthcare costs

More than 18 million people have been infected by coronavirus worldwide, about a quarter of them in the United States. And healthcare experts say it will likely be years before the costs for those who have recovered can be fully calculated, according to Reuters interviews with about a dozen physicians and health economists.