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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American's generally tip at 15% of the total bill in a restaurant. However, we should not tip on the cost of sales tax, service charges (some restaurants
My husband and I like the food at Taco Bell-- and they have aDollar menu which is just great. I order one taco and a small order of refried beans (only
I notice you have had 2 SUV's as vehicles in the past. These are fine for hauling and going through snow, but they are very fuel inefficient. I personally
Restaurant.com has discount food coupons you purchase in advance for participating restaurants. Seniors get a larger discount. Some restaurants offer
Because the diabetic diet is potion controlled I ask to order from the children menu and tell them why. It saves me money and food is not wasted.
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Amazing ,,,,,,,, everything really is a dollar $1 Look on Line,,, some of them ship washing machine soap, canned veggies 79 cents mouth wash tooth
As a retired single , I treat my self to my favorite restaurant 1 time a month. I'm tired of paying $15 for 1 glass of wine or a Martini soooooooo,,,,,,,,,,
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Over 60 and considering when to claim SS benefits. Regards, Steve
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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