Western Fraternal Life :: 01

Category: Financial

Most “Baby Boomers” (those of us born between 1946 and 1964) learned about living a very long life from our parents. Most of our parents didn’t plan on a long retirement or running out of money. We’ve experienced their aging issues right along with them or listened to our friends talk about their parent’s aging issues. We’ve seen or heard about the ravaging effects of dementia. The “Boomers” parents spent their lives saving for their retirement and in their final years we watched as they spent a significant amount of their assets on medical and nursing home expenses. Some of us worked through the process of applying for Medicaid. What have “Boomers” learned from their experiences? And more importantly, what are “Boomers” going to do to prepare for their own aging issues? Here are several suggestions of things we should do before we call it quits to the earning years

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Annual Statement Summary

The financial reporting has been completed and Western Fraternal Life remains financially strong. Assets have grown to more than…

2016 Fraternalist of the Year Dorothy Bonczynski

Dorothy Bonczynski, of Farwell, NE, is the winner of the 2016 Fraternalist of the Year.

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