Life Lessons & How Tos

Seniors’ Guide to Bribery for Fun and Profit

Today’s question: How do you use your money to make more money? Chances are, if you’re lucky enough to still have a few bucks, you’ll say the stock and bond markets, or CDs, savings, and other interest-bearing accounts. Sucker bets all. Between an expensive, cruel, and unnecessary war, and billions to the rich and well-placed…

Life Lessons & How Tos

How to Buy a Used Car: Advice for Seniors

Transportation should provide enjoyment, not a financial burden What enables people to be on time for a scheduled appointment, attend a favorite social event or recreational activity, or just drive on a pleasant summer day? What machine do many people get to know as if it were almost a member of the family? What enables…

Life Lessons & How Tos Romance

Dating Techniques and Advice

For the senior who’s about to re-enter the dating game Here is advice from Rachelle Zukerman at Look for Other Singles Right Under Your Nose Men and women go to the same places. If you are female, visit your regular haunts at different times to find out when most men drop by. I learned…

Finance Life Lessons & How Tos

How to Protect Yourself from Fraud

Next time you order checks, have only your initials (instead of first name) and last name put on them, if someone takes your checkbook they will not know if you sign your checks with just your initials or your first name but your bank will know how you sign your checks. Put your work phone…

Medical Bills
Health & Medical Life Lessons & How Tos

10 Tips to Help Take Control of Your Medical Bills

There are 2.8 million baby boomers turning 65 this year and enrolling in Medicare for the very first time. And, while Medicare is typically much more affordable than private insurance, out-of-pocket health care costs continue to be a major financial burden for seniors. In fact, The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College recently calculated…


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