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Alternative Investments for Maximum Returns in a S...

Today’s retiree is likely to have less saved for retirement than those retiring even a decade ago. With most individuals holding less than $50,000 in a tax-advantaged retirement account, it underscores the need for better education and better option returns for individuals looking to maximize returns within their IRA. Perhaps one of the greatest hindrances to maximizing IRA value is the annual contribution limits placed on...

Five Retirement Travel Destinations You’ll Love

Now that you’re finished with the daily grind, it’s time to pack your bags and enjoy some well-deserved R&R. With so many retirement travel options available though, it can be tough to decide where to go first. Here are just five incredible destinations to help you get started. Head North to Alaska Alaska’s coastal region is marvelous, with whale watching, incredible ice formations, and lots of wildlife to see along the...

4 Reasons Baby Boomers Should Consider Selling the...

For people of the baby boomer generation who find themselves with fewer and fewer members of their family at home, moving out can be a wise option. Couples with larger homes and a number of spare bedrooms may do well opting to move on and get rid of all that unused space. The reality is that in a four bedroom home the vast majority of a time three out of four bedrooms won’t be used as well as a large part of the home. Cost...

6 Great Flirting Tips for Boomer Dating

There’s no age limit on flirting and no matter how old you are flirting can be a great way to create a little fun, excitement and get some attention from someone you’ve met. It’s harmless, it builds confidence and it’s one of the simple pleasures we have as humans. Of course, some people aren’t great flirts and like small talk, it just doesn’t come naturally to them. However, it’s possible to learn how to be a better flirt...

How Grandparents can Boost Your Grandchild’s Creat...

It wasn’t too long ago that computers were an extremely limited commodity and many people only had one television. Nowadays however it seems that everything is a screen, or involves some sort of media aspect. As a lot of us can recall, television only became popular in our own youth and even then it was limited. So, what are all of these things doing to our grandchildren’s creativity? It’s a lot to ponder. Creativity is a...
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