Retirement News Archives

Ageism in the workplace

Published: December 23, 2017

The search for the right role in an ever-changing workforce has left some seniors feeling left out. Ageism, it seems, is all too common.

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Bitcoin IRA

Published: December 1, 2017

We can confidently say even in this record-breaking market, it’s very unlikely your other investments performed this well.

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Best ways for seniors to travel this holiday season

Published: November 18, 2017

The Holidays can be a stressful (and expensive) time of year. Plan ahead and follow our cost-saving tips to make your Holiday more enjoyable.

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Why you should be on social media

Published: November 9, 2017

Social media is a warm gathering place, allowing people of all generations to connect, communicate, and share mutual interests.

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Alzheimer’s disease & prevention

Published: November 3, 2017

It’s November, which is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Let’s spread awareness about this important senior health topic.

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Seniors are using Uber

Published: October 28, 2017

If you’re ready to put the keys aside, there may be a technological solution for you. It’s called Uber, and it’s really easy to use.

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Should I switch to a Medicare Advantage plan?

Published: October 21, 2017

Medicare Open Enrollment season has returned. Find out why many seniors are turning to Medicare Advantage.

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Fall prevention among seniors

Published: October 13, 2017

With healthcare costs from falling injuries on the rise, we took a look at fall prevention, and we were surprised at what we discovered.

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How (and why) seniors should adopt a dog

Published: October 7, 2017

A dog can be an exciting new friend, with companionship tied to health benefits. Before you adopt, read the 5 factors to consider.

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Is it still important to buy “made in the USA?”

Published: September 29, 2017

in the new global economy, “Made in the USA” has been reduced to little more than a marketing slogan. And in a way, we believe that’s sad.

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