We seniors live on fixed incomes, and we must make our incomes stretch as far as we possibly can. Read this blog to learn tricks and techniques.
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Providing for my wife who has a limited working career is paramount for inflation adjusted SS benefits, so maximization of SS along with survivor benefits
I bought, read and highly recommend SOCIAL SECURITY INSIDE OUT by Robert Bruce, a retired SS administrator. Lots of great tips. www.socialsecurityinsideout.com/
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On a recent trip I discovered a Whole Foods Market near my hotel. They have freshly made cooked cereal and hard boiled eggs at their breakfast bar, which
One of the best ways to keep your drains clean is to purchase a Zip-It Drain Cleaning tool. Prices vary online, but Home Depot sells them for $2.48. Use
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When I lost my job, lost my home, and all benefits, I knew I had to do something. My rental on my trailer and 7 acres is 450.00. I was able to find lady
I was able to retire from being a RN at 56 because I had been very frugal and invested in real estate but I was miserable being retired. I tried many different
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One day I opened the lid of the washing machine after the cycle had completed. There was a sudden emergency and I had to run off and rescue my husband