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Caregiver Guilt: What It Is, How to Cope

As a caregiver for an older loved one, do you ever feel guilt? Maybe you feel as if you aren’t doing enough, or you resent not having enough time for all of your other life responsibilities, such as work and spending time with family and friends.  If you experience caregiver guilt, you’re not alone. Caregiving…
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Don’t Get Sucked Into Romance Scams!

We all could use a little more love, especially with the state of the world as it is today. However, if a new offer for love online seems too good to be true, then you’re probably right. Don’t let your heart go wild just yet, because romance scams are a multimillion dollar business. In fact,…
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6 Money Tips for Older Adults

We all could use more help managing our money, right? The help that you need will vary throughout life—so, the money tips that help you in your 20s are different from what helps you in your 40s or your 60s and beyond. Here are six money tips best suited for older adults:   Get help…
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October 18 to 24 Is Estate Planning Week

Do you have an estate plan?  If you don’t, you’re not alone. An estimated 56% of Americans don’t have an estate plan, according to the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils. That’s why Estate Planning Awareness Week, held October 18 to 24 this year, is a way to call attention to this important but…
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Flu Shots in 2021: What You Need to Know

Don’t forget to get your flu shot this fall! With all the talk nowadays about COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots, it’s easy to forget the need for a flu shot. However, flu shots are more important than ever, especially in those age 65 and over. Here’s why. In those age 65 and older, the risk…
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