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Why widows can thrive in the face of Corona

Coming to terms with a pandemic, such as Corona, is new territory for everyone, especially widows. Whether it has meant a reduction of income, a shift to working from home or the loss of a job, it has had practical implications. Those are shared pretty universally...

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Webinar: Uncovering Social Security Secrets

Webinar: Uncovering Social Security Secrets

For almost everyone, Social Security is a key to financial comfort in retirement. It can make the all the difference for you to remain independent in your 80s and 90s.  Despite how important this monthly paycheck will be, so many make decisions that lock in the LEAST...

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Mother’s Day gifts in the age of Corona

Mother’s Day gifts in the age of Corona

So, what do we give to the Mom we love? The remainder of sheltering-in-place and Corona have turned everything upside down. And, especially if your mother is part of the more vulnerable age 60+ population, there's a chance the standard Mother's Day brunch won't work...

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Smart uses for your tax refund

Smart uses for your tax refund

Not everyone has put off filing their personal taxes for 2019 beyond the April 15 deadline, as allowed by the CARES Act. If you knew you'd be getting a tax refund, you probably filed long before the coronavirus was ever declared a pandemic. And, if so, what's the...

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