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Thumbnail image from Pixabay This article was updated on September 11, 2023 By Leslie L. Megyeri  Research by Ashley Whillans of Harvard Business School found that money can buy happiness, including more free time to do things you want and like to do. Achieving happiness...
By David Lukić This article was updated on September 9, 2023 Scams against older adults are on the rise, and also becoming more creative. With millions still falling victim each year, there's no sign of the trend stopping and many cases...
courtesy of FinanceBuzz It’s almost winter, so the snowbirds are getting ready to migrate south. No, we don’t mean real birds, but rather the more than 1 million Americans and Canadians who spend winter months in warmer climates in the...
Thumbnail image by Nattanan Kanchanaprat from Pixabay By Holly Hargett  It’s the start of a new year and the quintessential time to get organized. It’s a fresh start to make improvements or a time to forgive yourself for not getting something...
Thumbnail image from Unsplash  By Runar Thor In 2020, American households spent an average of $4,942 on groceries, which translates to some $412 per month. But with rising prices caused by the pandemic, these numbers likely would’ve risen since then —...
No matter your age, planning a wedding takes careful consideration, and if many of your guests are mature, there are probably a few extra things to think about. Why not take inspiration from popular British TV shows such as...
By Chris Holbert, CEO of SecuraTrac If you’re a snowbird prepping for the migrating season to warmer weather for the winter, then you’re likely aware of how popular this season is going to be. With a readily available vaccine and...
courtesy of Five Wishes Have you already pledged that this is the year you finally get organized? If so, you’re like many of us who have vowed to make the start of the new year the time to get everything...
Now that they have time, more and more seniors are deciding to open the small business they have dreamt of for decades. Here are 5 benefits of using a virtual address - instead of your condo or home address,...
Thumbnail image by Matt Gribbon from Pixabay By Sarah Kessler It's in our nature to avoid contemplating or dealing with unpleasant subjects. Death and dying are among those topics for a lot of people. So it's not unusual for someone to...
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