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Jennifer Graham 29s
I don't think appreciate that the people they're making fun of for wanting their college loans forgiven and less expensive college are the people who are going to pay for their care later in life...less money = lower standard of care.
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Anthony Macchio 4h
Might be my but I'm thinking /his agent at the time were talking to you ' subconscious with this album cover for ...and now has us dropping the needle.πŸ™‚πŸ‘Š
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Nancy Shonka Padberg, MBA 3h
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PeteButtigieg2020πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Apr 22
Replying to @latimes @hiltzikm
I suspect that may be due to the number of , who are dying.πŸ€”
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Fidelity Charitable 4h
are more optimistic than about philanthropy making an impact. Discover more differences:
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AgingWithFreedom Apr 19
What Should Do About All Their Stuff via
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Linda Abbott 14m
This report is surprising: health care costs and property taxes are rising, Medicare and Social Security are running out of money, long-term care can cost $10K a month and people are living longer. This all requires a substantial nest-egg.
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Elizabeth Camp 5h
"Although Gens Y + Z could fuel a nearly 7% increase in demand for , that growth is no match for the estimated 43% increase in supply, as aging sell their homes."
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Rick Bava Apr 23
Replying to @RickBava1
--Today's Senior Magazine is a leading serving and ....
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Rebecca Olkowski | Travel/Lifestyle Blogger 3h
The best way to take care of your health is good health care and self-care over 50. Here are some of my favorite resources.
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charlydigital Apr 23
The flexibility of remote work with tools like has completely changed the way people live their lives including allowing to work longer via :
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Rick Bava 7h
Thank You to --it is my pleasure to bring great articles to via the Newsmax platform---
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Steven Cameron Apr 23
Latest research reinforces the urgent need for the Government to clarify how much individuals might need to pay for social care in later life. Many scared to spend. Retirees haunted by cost of care in old age
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Adrea Rubin Apr 23
β€œBy 2024, will have reached ages 60 to 78,” a BLS report noted. β€œAnd some of them are expected to continue working even after they qualify for Social Security benefits.”
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Booming Encore 13h
Think baby boomers aren't using smart phones - they are. In fact, almost as much as millennials: Smartphones and Baby Boomers - A Surprising Relationship πŸ‘‰
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Stop Acting Your Age 3h
The latest The Baby Boomer Daily! Thanks to
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Julie Gorges 7h
, what do you want to do the rest of your life after ? How about 'rewiring' instead of retiring? Here's how:
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share nearly 7 times as many 'fake news' articles on as adults under 30, new study finds.
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Stop Acting Your Age Apr 22
The latest The Baby Boomer Daily! Thanks to
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VineyardBluffton Apr 23
Recent research shows travel has multiple health benefits for Seniors, like lowering the chance of heart disease and depression. Read our latest blog post on Travel Trends & Tips for & start planning your next adventure! ✈️
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