Guests:  Amy Johnson, Editor-in-Chief, Journey of Aging;  Lauri Droster, CFP, MBA, Branch Dir. & Sr. VP, RBC Wealth Management, Madison

The concept of aging is in your face. You see it in your parents. You see it in the mirror. So now that you’ve come to terms with the realization that no one is invincible, what do you need to know? Where can you turn to make your life and the ones you love the best they can be in the golden years? If you are asking yourself these questions, then a good place to look for answers is the Journey of Aging semi-annual publication.

On this program, Amy Johnson describes how the publication has expanded over the years to be a comprehensive resource guide for caregivers and aging adults in South Central Wisconsin. Whether you are looking for a broad list of services or articles on such topics as retirement housing, aging at home, Alzheimer’s and dementia, or practical and fun things to do, you’ll find them in Journey of Aging which is available free of charge in public locations.

Also on the program is Lauri Droster who authored the article, “Clearing the Paper Clutter: What Financial Stuff to Hold, and What to Shred” which appears in the latest issue of Journey of Aging.

What should we do with old bank statements? How many years should we keep tax returns? What should we never throw? And what about all those passwords? Hear answers to these and other questions on this program.