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Are You Part of the “Sandwich Generation?”

Are You Part of the “Sandwich Generation?”

As Baby Boomers age and young adults strive and struggle for financial independence, middle-aged Americans are experiencing significant increase in financial burden. Almost half of adults in their forties and fifties have a parent age 65 or older and are either raising a young child or are financially supporting a child over the age of...

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Health Changes Men Should Watch Out for After 50

Health Changes Men Should Watch Out for After 50

It’s a fact of life that age comes with increased health risks. However, by paying attention to your body’s needs and and maintaining healthy habits, it’s possible to reduce the likelihood of negative health changes as you age. Here are the most important things men should pay attention to as they age. Pay attention to...

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Take These 3 Risks Into Account When You Retire

Take These 3 Risks Into Account When You Retire

There are obvious risks that come with retirement: market changes, bad investments and unexpected health changes are common worries for folks approaching retirement age. Even so, some risks that don’t immediately come to mind when thinking about retirement. Here are some risks many people don’t consider but that are still important to prepare for. Don’t...

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Retirement Savings Hacks For Your 50s

Retirement Savings Hacks For Your 50s

Saving for retirement is a big but often uncertain issue for seniors. In fact, a study of retirement savings found that many seniors aren’t financially prepared for retirement. The good news is that your fifties leave you plenty of time to make progress on your retirement savings account. If your balance is healthy, you can...

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7 Ways Seniors Can Avoid Identity Theft

7 Ways Seniors Can Avoid Identity Theft

Every year, about 17 million people become victims of identity theft. Identity theft occurs when a malicious person or organization steals personal information like your Social Security number bank or credit card information and uses it for their own gain. Here are some easy steps you can take to reduce your risk of identity theft....

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Makeup Routine For Age-Defying Beauty

Makeup Routine For Age-Defying Beauty

As we grow older, we experience a number of changes in the way we look and in the way our skin feels and behaves. The thought of keeping up with the latest beauty trends can be overwhelming, but a beauty routine doesn’t have to be complex to be timeless. Here’s a simple routine for a...

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50 Tips to Stay Healthy in Your 50s

50 Tips to Stay Healthy in Your 50s

Exercise becomes more important with age because it can improve heart health and limit factors that negatively affect health. People who begin exercising in their fifties may experience challenges, but research and getting in the right mindset can improve chances of success. Learn the right techniques. Exercise is most effective when it is performed properly....

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What to Expect When You Age

What to Expect When You Age

It’s common knowledge that aging often comes with wrinkles and gray hair, but it also affects other areas of life, such as health, lifestyle, and sexuality. Find out what types of changes to expect in your body as you grow into middle age and how to adjust to these changes in a healthy way. Your...

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50 Quick Beauty Tips For Women Over 50

50 Quick Beauty Tips For Women Over 50

Our cheekbones often grow more defined as we age. Accentuate your face shape with a pale lipstick and soft smokey eye. Don’t overcompensate for a paler complexion by using lots of color—try soft matte shades on the eye, and give your complexion a pop with a soft rosy or coral blush. Skin becomes finer and...

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Personal Finance Checklist For 50-Year-Olds

Personal Finance Checklist For 50-Year-Olds

If you’re in the 41-60 age range, it’s important to think about retirement and understand how your current career and lifestyle will affect your post-retirement life. Age 50, the middle of this range, marks the beginning of a prime wealth-building period, and though personal finance can be intimidating, here are some ways to make the...