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Fire Safety 101

Fire safety 101 Make sure your smoke alarms work properly. Test alarms monthly and change batteries every six months. If you can’t think of the last time you installed a smoke

Show Me the Money: Financial Literacy and Older Adults

By Pat Irwin Bruce was sitting pretty for retirement. He had set up complex spreadsheets and online feeds to monitor all his investments and spoke to his financial advisor

How to Cope with Seasonal Allergies

One six of us suffers from seasonal allergies, which can cause runny noses, sneezing, nasal congestion, an irritated throat, fatigue, and itchy or watery eyes. What many of us

7 Steps for Better Retirement Planning

By Aidan Kendrick 1 Prepare not just one, but two budgets One is for your remaining years of working, and the other is for when you have retired. In thinking and dreaming

When a Loved One Dies

“I’m so sorry for your loss” By Mary Bart This, of course, is a customary expression that people use to convey sympathy when a loved one passes. It might be

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