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What do Aging Women Have to Look Forward To?

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the number of older women outnumber older men at 25.1 million older women to 19.6 million older men. Most “older” folks don’t need to

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Marketing to Boomers is Not What You Think

If you’ve ever stood in line behind a group of baby boomers at a variety of shops and malls, you may have been amazed at the number of phones that get scanned at the checkout for coupons. Baby boomers

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Long Distance Care Giving – Security and Financial Safety Concerns

It’s a challenge to be a caregiver. According to the National Family Caregivers Association, “More than 65 million people, 29% of the U. S. population, provide care for a chronically ill, disabled

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Celebrate Your Dad’s Military Service With Veteran’s Benefits

Sometimes it is difficult for us, as adult children, to switch roles occasionally with our aging parents. No wonder how awkward it might be, one of our most important jobs is to advocate for their nee...

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Claiming Your Aging Parents as a Dependent: Tax Tips You Don’t Want to Miss as Caregivers

Claiming Your Aging Parents as a Dependent: Tax Tips You Don’t Want to Miss as Caregivers Spring is around the corner which means tax time is here. If you are like most of us, we hope the numbers will

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Look! Ramen eating Grandma was pushed off the cliff….

How often have you heard someone talking about the future of our seniors citizen and end up saying “Well, we’ll just let the government take care of them”? You all saw that disgusting ad about

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How to Plan Ahead for the Conversations With Your Aging Parents

None of us grew up thinking that one day we might have to care for our aging parents. Along with our own sets of commitments and responsibilities, many of us (especially between the ages of 35-55) are

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