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The proven value of older adults in the workforce (access required)


The “unretirement” of older adults is good news for business; especially as the economy begins to recover from the pandemic and the demand increases for the recruitment of new workers in a tight labor market. In fact, according to a March 2021 report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), workers aged 55 and over will account for all of ...

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Seniors learn, embrace technology to keep in touch during pandemic (access required)


Senior living communities have upped their efforts in helping residents navigate the increasingly digital landscape, noting the technology support can improve the mental and physical health of the elderly. One local example is Jewish Senior Life who has partnered with ...

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Senior living facilities prepare for post-COVID world (access required)


Local senior living communities are taking steps to transition to a post-pandemic future and, going forward, are including some practices that were adopted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Paul Bartlett, vice president of senior housing at St. John’s Home, says ...

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It’s never too early for estate planning to-dos (access required)


The biggest misconception people have about estate planning is that “they are not that old, and can do it later,” say almost half (49%) of advisors in a recent Key Private Bank Advisor Poll on estate planning. Yet, the majority ...

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CRUTs a useful option for some financial planning toolboxes (access required)


With proposed federal tax changes on the horizon, some are turning to a financial planning tool that would not only lower one’s tax bill, but also assist a charity of one’s choice. Some in the financial planning arena are talking about charitable remainder unitrusts, also known ...

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Financial experts say many industries poised for rebound as pandemic wanes (access required)


With increasing confidence that the United States will be getting the COVID-19 pandemic under control with more widespread vaccinations, local investment experts say that many industries that were harmed by the coronavirus are poised for a comeback. “Everyone is going ...

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NextCorps seeks new ways to reach, assist entrepreneurs (access required)


NextCorps Inc. — which recently celebrated three years at Sibley Square downtown — has continued to help develop cutting edge companies despite the COVID-19 pandemic and is now looking to add to its list of services for entrepreneurs. The organization’s ...

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Rochester companies move tech forward, innovate amid pandemic (access required)


Innovation and technology has been part of Rochester’s core for more than a century, and the path paved by the likes of Eastman Kodak and Xerox is still being traveled by dozens of high-tech firms advancing health care, battery technology, ...

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