Planning for a senior’s living arrangements during their golden years can be a daunting task. Whether aging in place or moving into a younger family member’s home, many considerations must be made in advance to increase the likelihood of a smooth transition. When aging in place, implementing technology and identifying a support circle provide peace of mind and make living alone more manageable. If a senior is joining a family, round tabling points of concern, expectations, and responsibilities prevents disputes and allows the home to operate efficiently. Home modifications may also be necessary to provide the senior with greater independence and increased safety. Accessibility options must also be carefully made in a way that does not diminish the home’s resale value in the future. This article offers several helpful tips to create a positive living environment in a financially practical way.