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The Need For A New Type Of Job Security

By Susan Williams As we get nostalgic for the days of job security, is this (or even was it ever) a reality? Maybe there is a new type of job security that we now need to embrace.

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The Rise Of Poverty In Retirement For The Middle Class

By Susan Williams Baby boomers are speeding towards retirement at an average rate of around 10,000 people a day. But rather then crossing over this threshold to an anticipated life of doing whatever you like, many who are considered middle class may be facing a much nastier reality.

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This Week’s #TweetTalk – Perfect Storm, Aging Renos And Black Lives Matter

This week we discuss a few challenging topics. We talk about how COVID-19 is creating the perfect retirement storm, the growing business of renovations help people age in place and also share our views of the need to support the elimination of racism in our society.

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Black Lives Matter – And A Loss For Words

Black Lives Matter – And A Loss For Words

Posted in Blog, Commentary

By Susan Williams I have watched the protests around the world that were triggered from the completely senseless killing of George Floyd.¬†And as much as these outcries are about about George Floyd, I have learned, it is really about so much more. It’s about the ongoing fear and anguish...

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This Week’s #TweetTalk – Training For Longevity, Coping With COVID, Retiring Abroad

In this week’s Tweet Talk we chatted about whether we need to think of longevity as something we should focus and train for, how we are coping with COVID-19 and whether we would ever consider retiring abroad.

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