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The market is constantly changing and so are the rates, qualifications and range of products available. Through our radio programming we provide this information by reaching out to the people who want a loan. Topics of the show include: Purchase loans, Refinance loans, Government loans (i.e: FHA, VA, HECM, and USDA), and qualifications for getting a loan. We will be covering on W2 vs Self-employed options, Credit, Hard money, Stated loans, and Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac updates. The show will al ...
 
Sage Aging by Liz Craven is dedicated to helping caregivers of older adults connect to the information, resources, and inspiration they need to succeed. Are you a caregiver struggling to navigate the aging care world? Are there not enough hours in the day to accomplish all that needs to be done? Have you been forced to give up the things that bring you joy due to a lack of time? In this podcast we will introduce you to experts in the field of aging who will provide you with the information y ...
 
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This Week on Sage aging Hearing loss can have far-reaching effects on individuals and their families. Signs of hearing loss are sometimes easy to miss, but it’s important to be aware of them and not ignore them when we notice they are there. My Guest Roxann Bonta, President, and CEO of Central FL Speech and Hearing Center. Roxann has spent the past…
 
This Week on sage aging Caregivers face uncertainty every single day. Arming yourself with good information is key to creating a positive aging/caregiving journey. Join us as we review the basics of preparing for Long Term Care. My Guest My guest in this episode is Ben Rayo. Like many of you, experienced firsthand the emotional and financial strugg…
 
in this episode Estate Planning. The last time we discussed Estate Planning, it was mostly from the perspective of older adults, but in this episode, we dig a little deeper and talk about why having an estate plan is something every adult of any age should be thinking about. My guest My guest today is Denise Tessier, Esq. of The Tessier Law Firm. D…
 
This Week on Sage Aging This week we talk about Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM). Also referred to as a Reverse Mortgage, this type of loan can be a good option for some who find themselves falling short. My Guest My guest this week is Jane Hammond, a licensed Mortgage Loan Officer at Compass Mortgage in Lakeland, FL. What makes Jane uniquel…
 
This week on sage aging When you think of the word 'caregiver,' who do you think of? You probably think of a Gen X woman, maybe a Baby Boomer, But the actual stats might surprise you. In this episode, my guest, Lucinda Koza, gives us a window into her experience as a family caregiver and what led her to create the I-Ally app. My Guest My guest for …
 
This week on Sage Aging For most caregivers, going through the experience of having a loved one admitted to the hospital is an inevitability. It's just one of those things that come along with the territory when you're caring for an aging loved one. So knowing that's the case, are you prepared for when that happens? Being prepared and knowing what …
 
This week on sage aging This week I have a caregiver spotlight for you. I absolutely love shining a light on caregivers and their amazing stories and am always so inspired by how they just step up to the plate for those they care for. This spotlight is a bit different than normal though because my guest has experienced caregiving from both sides of…
 
This week on Sage Aging Balancing caregiving, work, kids, and other responsibilities can be really weighty, and often it creates a level of stress that's difficult to shoulder. Listen in to learn what steps can you take to make coping with your current life easier. My Guest Dr. Karmen Sears, a Consulting Psychologist at Bradenton Counseling in Sara…
 
This Week on sage aging The Greek philosopher Democritus once said "Happiness resides not in possessions and not in gold. Happiness dwells in the soul." I couldn't agree more! This week, in episode 40 of Sage Aging, I'm joined by Dierdre Dolan Nesline of Declutter to set us on the path to a decluttered life. If reading is more your style you'll fin…
 
This week on sage aging Caring for an aging loved one is hard work and sometimes it is helpful to hear about another caregiver's experiences. This week, Laura Fraker joined me to chat about her family's transition as her parents age and need more assistance. My Guest My guest for this episode is Laura Fraker. She’s my best friend and soul sister 💕 …
 
This week on sage aging If you listened to episode 37 last week, you know that we talked about how using self-reflection will set the stage for a fantastic year. (How's that going? I would love to hear your thoughts!). Learning to focus on ourselves without guilt is a great segway into this week's conversation in episode 38 about staying active...a…
 
This Week on Sage Aging In this episode, we talked about self-reflection and how to use it to find your best self all year long. Get a copy of my free self-reflection worksheet Thanks for listening! Are you enjoying the Sage Aging podcast and blog? Tell us about it! I’d appreciate it if you would leave a positive review and share the Sage Aging pod…
 
This week on Sage Aging There is a lot of information available online about how to properly plan for retirement as it relates to money, insurance, and legal documents (we covered all of that in our Elder Law series!), but what about preparing for the change mentally? Listen in as this week's guest weighs in. My Guest Helene Liatsos of Retirement E…
 
This Week on Sage Aging According to a 2018 AARP survey, 76% of older adults in America say they want to age in place. While aging in place is what most prefer, there are lots of things that can get in the way of that. One of the most important aspects of maintaining independence is the management of a person’s day to day financial affairs. Join us…
 
This week on sage aging Connecting with other caregivers is important. Knowing that you're not alone in the things that you're experiencing, and hearing how other caregivers navigate their caregiving journey can go a long way in helping you to navigate yours. This week, my guest (and hubby!), Wes Craven, shares his caregiving experience with us. It…
 
This week on Sage Aging The Baby Boomer generation is known for breaking the mold of traditional values and creating significant societal change. And similarly, many Baby Boomers are now breaking the mold of retirement as well. Purpose passion and adventure are defining the later years of life and boomers are poised to drink it all in and live life…
 
About this episode November is National Family Caregivers Month! If there was ever a group of people who deserve to be honored and celebrated its family caregivers. 53 million strong family caregivers provide close to $500 billion annually of unpaid care to their loved ones. Caregiver self-care tends to be low on the list of priorites when trying t…
 
About this Episode When you are a caregiver, whether you like it or not, you become responsible for the health and well-being of another. One who may need assistance, not just with day to day life things, but with advocating for themselves as well. One of the most significant roles a caregiver plays is that of an advocate for their loved one. Liste…
 
About this episode The world seems to get smaller every day as technology advances at breakneck speed. While this enhances our ability to stay connected and take advantage of lots of conveniences, it can also put us at risk too. How do you protect yourself from cybercrime? How can you tell if someone is trying to take advantage of you? And how can …
 
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