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What is Senior Homelessness And How Can You Help?

Homelessness is a difficult problem that can affect people at any age. Even for those who have some sort of shelter, extreme poverty is still a very serious issue, and in the U.S. the number of homeless senior citizens is on the rise.

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How To Secure Your Financial Future

How is your financial planning looking? Do you have an ample amount of money saved up? You might have some funds in the bank, but make sure you have all your bases covered. Check out these tips and tricks for making sure your financial future is a stable as you want it to be.

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When is the Right Time to Retire?

There are two types of people out there: The ones who can't wait to retire, and the ones who could keep working forever. There's no shame in either mentality, but there is, in fact, a right time to retire.

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Important Tips For Seniors Ahead of Tax Season

As soon as the new year comes around, most people start to think about when they're going to file their taxes. For seniors, this process can be a bit confusing, especially because most receive income from non-taxable sources, such as Social Security and tax-exempt bonds, according to Daily Finance.

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Avoid Scams This Holiday Shopping Season

The holiday season is an incredibly busy time of year. Between the shopping, cooking and celebrations, there is often much to do in the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. Unfortunately, however, this time of year is also when con artists are at their busiest as well.

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Understanding The Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Coverage Gap

As seniors age, they become more vulnerable to a wide variety of chronic diseases that require medications. According to MUST For Seniors, a resource for adults and caregivers provided by the National Council on Patient Information and Education, seniors make 34 percent of all prescriptions purchases in the country. As the aging population continues to grow, the U.S. is working to ensure that all older adults are able to afford the necessary medication. The Medicare Part D coverage gap under the Affordable Care Act was designed to make covered prescriptions more accessible for seniors.

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How Seniors Can Prepare For Emergencies

Emergencies such as natural disasters can strike at any time. If you're an older adult, you may not have as many resources as a younger person, especially if you live alone. Whether you live at home, with relatives or in an assisted living community, getting evacuated or being trapped in your home can be traumatizing if you aren't prepared. Consider these tips to keep you safe and prepared for anything.

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4 Financial Musts for Seniors

Years of planning for retirement are only as good as how wisely you spend your financial nest egg in your golden years. Seniors are often the most vulnerable to financial woes as they age whether it is because they can be too trusting or are less involved in their finances than they once were.

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