FBI Warns of Internet Extortion Scams During COVID-19 Pandemic

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned that they have seen a number of of reports of online extortion scams during the current “stay-at-home” orders due to the COVID-19 crisis. These scams have been around for a long time but because most of the population is staying at more and using their email and… Continue reading FBI Warns of Internet Extortion Scams During COVID-19 Pandemic

Parents Didn’t Plan – How Do YouDeal With It?

I found this question on Aging Care. You can Click Here to read the original article with the question plus all of the answers. I’m curious- how would you respond to this situation? Is this something you can talk about with your siblings or mom or dad? Please post in the comments and share your… Continue reading Parents Didn’t Plan – How Do YouDeal With It?

HOLIDAY HOPE: TIPS FOR SENIORS SHOPPING ON BLACK FRIDAY

The holidays are rapidly approaching, which means seasonal sales are kicking into full gear. Whether purchasing Christmas or Hanukkah gifts for your grandkids or picking up a little something special for yourself, Black Friday is still one of the best times to get into the season of giving. This day-after-Thanksgiving tradition has changed a lot… Continue reading HOLIDAY HOPE: TIPS FOR SENIORS SHOPPING ON BLACK FRIDAY

Retirement Communities Are Key to Living Well

Today, growing older doesn’t necessarily mean slowing down your life. In fact, just the opposite is true, as thousands of seniors have already discovered how to enjoy their “golden years” with vigor and style. Not content with sitting in front of the television, today’s senior citizens are swimming with dolphins, learning a new art form… Continue reading Retirement Communities Are Key to Living Well