Six Retirement Investments to Consider

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Guest Post by Cheryl Garland Investing for retirement isn’t always the most cheerful topic of conversation. It makes you think about two things: getting older, and stashing away your income where you don’t get to enjoy it! Neither one of … Continue reading →

Seniors: Take Charge Of Your Retirement – The Ultimate Financial Moves by Miranda Owen

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At the age of 70 or above, it’s unlikely that you’d want to go back to work, or worse, borrow money from whoever you can. The better and more respectful alternative to avert such a financial crisis is to follow … Continue reading →

Free Food at Costco is the Perfect Geezer Lunch

Tools of the free lunch: toothpick, serving cup, spork

Free and food.  Two words that appeal to any geezer. Free means no need to dip into the retirement fund so we can preserve our pennies for another day at the casino. Food means getting the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants … Continue reading →

Feel the Fee

Government Fees Pick Your Pocket

Banks and airlines have found that fees are a great way to legally pick our pockets. The U.S. government has watched and learned. Rumors have been circulating about a few of the fees our government plans on initiating that will … Continue reading →