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Magazine articles of special interest to seniors.
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The Motley Fool
September 11, 2007
S.J. Caplan
No Free Lunch Regulators are still clamping down on "free lunch" scams targeted at seniors. A recent investigation has revealed these sessions to be high-pressure sales pitches of misleading claims and unsuitable financial products, and even fraud. mark for My Articles 214 similar articles
Financial Planning
September 1, 2007
Harold Evensky
Bet on Longevity How can you convince clients that even in retirement, they need to think long term when managing their money? mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
Science News
August 18, 2007
Janet Raloff
Caffeine Aids Golden Girls' Mental Health Coffee and tea appear to keep aging women sharp. Men, not so much. mark for My Articles 108 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 15, 2007
Mary Dalrymple
Drug Costs Giving You a Headache? If you want to cut your prescription drug costs, you can do more than just switch to generic brands. Shop around and ask questions. It's your health, and it's your money. mark for My Articles 862 similar articles
Registered Rep.
August 7, 2007
Kristen French
Senior Fraud Crackdown Continues The second annual "Seniors Summit" is meant to examine ways in which regulators and other groups can help prevent the overwhelming amount of senior fraud being committed in the securities industry. mark for My Articles 195 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 3, 2007
Dan Caplinger
When to Buy Long-Term Care Insurance Long-term care insurance pays out financial benefits to help you pay the expenses of nursing homes and home health care. Should you buy now, wait, or just skip the whole thing? mark for My Articles 581 similar articles
Investment Advisor
August 2007
Kara P. Stapleton
Working Through Retirement Are your financial advisory clients putting away enough money for retirement or will they be working at the age of 70 to cover healthcare costs? mark for My Articles 1336 similar articles
July 30, 2007
Christopher Farrell
When Your Parents Move In Many members of the "sandwich generation," who now find themselves responsible for the welfare of both their parents and children. One good option may be for your elderly parents to come to live in the family home, but it takes careful planning. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Job Journal
July 1, 2007
Rich Heintz
For 50 Years, She's Been Helping Sacramento Jobseekers For the last half-century, 81-year-old Bess Feil has been helping Sacramento jobseekers through her midtown employment agency. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Investment Advisor
July 2007
Kara P. Stapleton
Retirement Redefined Future retirees' income will rely on part-time work. The problem is that current retirees can't find the part-time work they need to support themselves in their golden years. mark for My Articles 618 similar articles
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