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HECM Changes May Have Helped Close the “Credibility Gap”

HECM Changes May Have Helped Close the “Credibility Gap”

Shannon Hicks October 30, 2017 1

Further compounding this general skepticism are products whose unique features are highly advantageous leading many to say ‘if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is’

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The “M” Word: Family Money Discussion

The “M” Word: Family Money Discussion

Amara Rose October 23, 2017 3

How is your family dealing with the "M" word? For many families, the words "parents", "money", and "family chat" never appear in the same sentence

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Retiring Right: Where, How, and With Whom

Retiring Right: Where, How, and With Whom

Amara Rose October 16, 2017 3

For some people, retirement is like falling off a cliff. Is retirement going to the dogs?

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What’s Your Kindness Quotient?

What’s Your Kindness Quotient?

Amara Rose October 10, 2017 4

Can "kind" become the new "cool", especially with seniors?

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Elder Orphans: Ending the Isolation

Elder Orphans: Ending the Isolation

Amara Rose October 3, 2017 1

We call children “orphans” if they lose their parents, but don’t tend to associate this description with people at the other end of the life spectrum. And while foster care exists to help the

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Staying Smart About Senior “Savings”

Staying Smart About Senior “Savings”

Amara Rose September 26, 2017 2

Are smooth sales pitches depleting senior wallets?

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Transportation or Transposition?

Transportation or Transposition?

Amara Rose September 19, 2017 2

One gets you a ride, the other doesn’t Does our brain scramble signals as we age? Consider this story: I have a toll-free business line (an 800 number). For several years, I’ve periodically retrieved

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Red Pill or Blue Pill?  Sense-ible Medication Keeps Seniors Safer

Red Pill or Blue Pill? Sense-ible Medication Keeps Seniors Safer

Amara Rose September 13, 2017 0

The dictum, “You are what you eat,” just leapt to the next level. Yes, it’s important to eat right, especially as we age, and to take appropriate, doctor-prescribed medications on schedule. Smartphone apps such

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