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Retirement Planning Guide for Seniors

Retirement Planning Guide for Seniors Written by: Daniel Gleich For many, retirement is something to look forward to after years of employment. People often see it as a new chapter in their lives and a time to enjoy the freedom that comes from permanently leaving their job. As exciting as it may be, though, it can […]
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The Ultimate Resource Guide for Seniors and Their Families

The Ultimate Resource Guide for Seniors and Their Families Written by: Daniel Gleich Throughout people's lives, they experience significant transitions. People go to school, graduate, start careers, change careers, and gain and lose family members. Inevitably, people experience changes in financial circumstances and the loss of some loved ones and relationships. Senior citizens often experience […]
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Resources for Volunteering in Retirement

Resources for Volunteering in Retirement Written by: Daniel Gleich Millions of retired people volunteer each year. In fact, retirees account for a quarter of all volunteers in the United States. They fulfill important roles in their community, including fundraising, distributing food to people experiencing food insecurity, building homes, maintaining parks, working with students, mentoring young […]
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Exercise Resource Guide for Seniors

Exercise Resource Guide for Seniors Written by: Daniel Gleich Retirement and all of the freedom that it brings often causes people to view the senior years as the golden years of life. While this may be true for many, seniors may also face other, less enjoyable changes, such as weight gain and the risk of […]
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Money for College: A Guide to Scholarships and Financial Aid

Money for College: A Guide to Scholarships and Financial Aid Graduating from high school and moving on to college is an exciting step in life. However, with the price of tuition and housing looming over many students, it can often be a stressful one as well. Fortunately, there are several avenues available to help secure […]
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The History of American Colonialism and Taxation | Self-Directed IRAs

The History of American Colonialism and Taxation Some might say that America exists because a group of colonists objected to taxation. Taxes are paid to a ruling class, whether that's a king, federal government, state government, or local government. Taxes are meant to be used to pay for things that are useful to the public, […]
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A Guide to Investing and the Stock Market

A Guide to Investing and the Stock Market The stock market isn't exactly a get-rich-quick scheme. In fact, for those who are interested in investing, the best approach is often to wait things out and see how the market goes. Investors devote plenty of time to analyzing the market to ensure that they're getting the […]
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Beyond Bingo: Fun Activities for Seniors

Beyond Bingo: Fun Activities for Seniors Bingo is an activity that's popular among older adults. Nursing facilities, churches, and senior living communities all host bingo nights as a chance for older people to socialize and have fun. Although it is a fun and popular game, it's not the only option for elderly people that want […]
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Precious Metals Worldwide: Information, Facts, and Investment Strategies

Precious Metals Worldwide: Information, Facts, and Investment Strategies Written by: Daniel Gleich One glance at the business headlines these days could be enough to make most investors panic. Factors like inflation, overseas conflicts, weaknesses in the global supply chain, and climbing oil prices can result in wild fluctuations in the financial markets and put your […]
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