Every day, we get new questions from customers who want to make the most of their retirement and avoid the major pitfalls of unexpected expenses, like long-term care and healthcare
Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 12, 2009
Longevity Alliance helps baby boomers, retirees and pre-retirees make important decisions about their health and wealth through its call center agents based in Phoenix. Today, Longevity Alliance expands its services to share that same insight through its new free online newsletter, Momentum Today (http://www.momentumtoday.com).
Packed with information about preparing for retirement, making important healthcare decisions and preserving finances, Momentum Today offers easy-to-use advice about:
- How to make the most of Medicare, Medicare Part D and Medicare Supplemental coverage;
- Choosing a long-term care insurance policy that protects your finances;
- How to plan for a longer retirement than you originally expected;
- How to make investments, annuities and insurance work together to provide income and peace of mind; and
- How other decisions can impact your retirement, like relocating or taking a post-retirement job.
Momentum Today will offer exclusive insight about the importance of choosing the right healthcare coverage and the upcoming Medicare open enrollment season, which begins November 15.
"Every day, we get new questions from customers who want to make the most of their retirement and avoid the major pitfalls of unexpected expenses, like long-term care and healthcare," says Longevity Alliance CEO Steve Zaleznick. "Now, we can share the answers through Momentum Today with thousands of others in similar positions and we encourage our readers to share their questions and experiences online."
New Momentum Today articles will be published every week. Readers can visit http://www.momentumtoday.com or follow updates via RSS or Twitter at @momentumtoday.
Momentum Today joins Longevity Alliance's family of websites, which includes Longevity Lens, Steve Zaleznick's personal blog on retirement issues (http://www.longevitylens.com), Medicare Made Simple (http://www.laihealth.com), a resource for consumers considering Medicare health plans and Long-Term Care Quote, a resource for consumers considering long-term care insurance (http://www.ltcq.net).
About Longevity Alliance
Based in Washington, DC, and with a customer contact center in the Phoenix, Arizona area, Longevity Alliance Inc. helps Americans find the right products to meet their retirement planning needs by surveying the marketplace and contracting with high quality financial and insurance companies to provide consumers with a range of choices in each product category. Longevity Alliance is staffed with experienced senior executives in aging, insurance and financial services who have spent decades working for the biggest names in products and services for aging Americans.
The company also publishes Momentum Today¸ a consumer-oriented online resource dedicated to helping Americans live longer, better lives and a bi-weekly newsletter Longevity Alliance Dispatch with news highlights from major news outlets (http://www.momentum-today.com).
For more information, visit http://www.longevityalliance.com.
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