Category: Critical Illness insurance

Jun 27 2014

Financing A Long-Lived Future – Zoomer Article

cast your mind into the future when advances in science, nutrition and health care begin to take hold and extend our lifespans. It will be a time when age 80 won’t mean falling prey to the typical decline of mind and body that we normally associate with old age. Instead, he suggests we’ll be healthy, energetic and willing and able to keep learning – and keep working.

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May 22 2014

The End of Retirement as We Know It – Executive Summary

Essentially in every crucial area that retirement planning makes assumptions, dramatic changes are coming. I believe that how we think about and plan our retirement is about to be completely undone.

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Mar 20 2014

Your Retirement Readiness Greatly Depends On These Two Big Swing Factors

Have enough to retire? Some leading retirement researchers have shown that how much you will spend on health care in your retirement, and how long you will live are huge swing-factors in how “retirement ready” you are. Of course your life span and health costs in retirement are unknowable – so what can we do about this? Do we just throw the dice?

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Oct 26 2013

Life Extension Super-Booster? Google Searches to Extend Your Expiry Date

As big money starts to get behind life extension research, we may be witnessing the dawn of a moon-shot like anti-aging rush. Google is now the 3rd largest corporation in the U.S. When it announces a new venture, it’s likely other big players will take note…and so should we.

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Jun 27 2013

Healthy Life Extension or Extended Expensive Illness – Mostly Our Choice

This short 1 minute video contains profound meaning to your life, that of your family, society and to the economy! Are you risking “making the cut” to healthy life extension by ignoring the messages?

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Nov 29 2012

Why You Should Be Ready to Fund Experimental Treatments

One of the 6 Steps in the R.E.C.I.P.E. formula I discuss in my Retirement Singularity: End of Retirement FREE Report (coming out very soon) is the idea that we should have money set aside to pay for new medical treatments that are not available in our country and/or covered under medical plans (assuming we have a medical plan!).
One current example of this is stem cell therapy.

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Nov 13 2012

Radical Life Extension, Global Economics and Your Retirement

How would radical life extension affect the world economy? Chief Science Officer of the SENS Foundation, Aubrey de Grey, explains how the economic benefits would far outweigh any economic turbulence that might arise in a post-aging world. Will you be able to afford these expenses in your retirement?

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Mar 29 2012

Radical Life Extension and Your Retirement Plan

For most people recently – or about to – retire, one of the keys to a successful retirement plan is to understand the financial implications of radical life extension. … The damage that our faulty biological programming causes is repairable and ultimately fixable!

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Jan 21 2011

Retirement Planning implications of Kurzweil’s Singularity

The post provides insights on the Retirement Implications of Kurzweil’s Singularity.

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