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How Secure Is Your Pension Really?

By Susan Williams Back in October, Sears Canada received approval to close their doors after 65 years of being a department store staple for Canadians. Sears had been a pioneer for home shopping. Through their catalog service, Canadians could flip through the pages of products and then just pick...

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Looking For Work? How To Overcome the Big 5 Stereotypes of Age

By Mary Eileen Williams If you are an older jobseeker, you are sure to encounter some special challenges. Although age gifts seasoned applicants with a wealth of experience and numerous additional pluses, there are some unflattering stereotypes that may be held against you.

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Disrupting Death – Could This Be the Next Industry Ripe For Change?

By Susan Williams The funeral industry in the US is estimated to be valued at $20.7B with an estimated 2.4 million funerals per year. With the population aging, is this industry now ripe for disruption?

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Appreciating How To Live In The Moment

By Iris Ruth Pastor Looking back on my life, I realize most of it has been spent in rigid countdown mode – ticking off backwards down to zero. How many days until I start kindergarten? How many days until I can ride my bike past the end of my...

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Are You Afraid You Will Outlive Your Savings?

By Gary Foreman According to The Journal of Accountancy the biggest fear of retirees is outliving their money. And that was true for high net worth retirees, too. So we wanted to get some ideas on how to address this problem.

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Lynda Carter – A Wonder Woman For Life

Lynda Carter – A Wonder Woman For Life

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Legacy

By David Price Fictional superheroes can be reimagined and redesigned to attract new fans from new generations. But for Baby Boomers, their crime fighting Amazon Princess will always be Lynda Carter who shows us today that she still is a wonder of a woman.

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