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Street Signs More Senior Friendly?

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Tags: senior and travel

Find yourself struggling to read street signs?

So are a lot of other people, especially as the baby boomers get older. And part of the reason the signs are hard to read is because they are in all capital letters. As our eyes age, it is much harder to read all capital letters. That's about to change because of new rules from the Federal Highway Administration.

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3 Tips to Finding a New Medicare Plan

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It is the beginning of the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) for plans that begin in 2011. It's an important time for people who have a Medicare Advantage plan or a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. That's because, except for a few exceptions, this is the one time each year when you can switch plans; either to a new Medicare Advantage plan or Medicare Part D plan or back to original Medicare and a Medicare supplement plan from Medicare Advantage.

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Long Term Care Tips for Women

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Tags: caregivers, Long Term Care, long term care insurance

Long term care is a woman's issue. Don't get me wrong - men need to plan for their long-term care needs, too. But the fact is that women live longer and will most likely be caregivers first and in need of caregiving later. And, when the time comes for her, the same family and financial support might not be available.

That's why it is so important that women plan for the time when they can't take care of themselves and might need some help with everyday activities. So, ladies, what are we doing wrong?

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