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Retirement

Money

Save On Soaring Food Prices: Supermarkets With Senior Discounts

As food prices continue to soar, more and more Americans are feeling the pinch of a tight budget.
Work

Are You Ready To Get Hired After 50?

If you're over 50, you might have found yourself in the same situation I was in a year ago: out of work and worried that my age would make it impossible to find another job. Well, I'm happy to say that I've since gotten a new gig, and now I want to share with you the steps I took to find this new opportunity.
Work

Returning to Work? What to Know Before You Take the Plunge

The decision to return to work after you retire is not an easy one. You need to consider the financial impact of this decision.
Travel

Top 10 European Cities ideal for Senior Travelers

When it comes to traveling in Europe, there are some cities that are simply better than others. Sure, every city has something unique and exciting to offer, but whether you're an older traveler or just going on a trip with an older relative, not all European cities were created for seniors. Here are the ten best:
Health

Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C) - An Overview

Medicare Advantage plans, also known as Medicare Part C plans, are an option for people who want to get their Medicare benefits from a private insurance company instead of from the federal government.
Lifestyle

5 Tips for Better Estate Planning

The term “estate planning” encompasses all the various strategies you can use to manage your assets and transfer them to others after your death.
Travel

Tips for Safe Cruising

No trip is risk-free, but cruises are particularly difficult to manage for the average traveler. With so many moving parts to consider, it’s best to approach your decision with caution and patience. If you’re healthy enough to withstand any unexpected complications that may arise during your trip, then there’s no reason why you shouldn’t go ahead with booking that cruise!
Health

Your Health Matters - Understanding Basic Medicare

If you are turning 65, you are about to join the over 60 million Americans currently enrolled in Medicare, the nation's health insurance program for people age 65 or older.