It is tax season again but there is no need for seniors to fear it. Whether you have one source of income or several, it is possible to prepare and file your taxes accurately and safely. Here are some tips that can help.
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Tax season, with its excitement and stress, is upon us once again. The good thing is that it doesn't last forever, and there is much help available to help us navigate it successfully. Here are 4 tips for seniors ready to prepare their taxes.
As we age, exercise gets harder. Yet it's one of the most important things seniors can do to prevent health problems. Keeping an independent life is very important for many aging seniors. Regular exercise strengthens muscles so seniors can keep living independently without being dependent on others, not to mention the countless other benefits exercising provides.
Many families have taken on caring for a senior-aged loved one in the comforts of their own homes. Parents moving back in with families is a growing phenomenon across the US as healthcare costs and the costs of long-term care rise much faster than the average family's income can afford. It's understandable that families want the best for their loved ones, especially aging parents, so they welcome them into their own homes to ensure they are cared for as well as possible.
Most of us would like to maintain our independence for as many years as possible. And millions of seniors are doing just that. Often it is with the help of some home modifications or devices. So here are 5 items that can help seniors out in the kitchen.
Alzheimer's disease and sleep apnea are both diseases that commonly affect seniors living in the U.S. And a recent study suggests that there might be a connection between them. Here is some information about each illness along with a summary of what researchers found.
It's that time of the year again! The holidays are about to kick-off and Thanksgiving is first on the list. As you heat up your ovens, reconsider your Thanksgiving menu to include some senior-friendly low-calorie options. Healthy dishes will benefit not only senior's dietary guidelines, but will also benefit the entire dinner table. Here are a few low-calorie healthy options to try this Thanksgiving!
Safety and convenience are two of the largest concepts driving the creation of new products designed for marketing to senior citizens. With Baby Boomers, children born between the years of 1946 and 1964, aging and driving up the number of senior citizens, this sector of the population has seen an explosion of new products. As a caregiver for an aging parent or senior loved one, it's hard to know which products are worth the price tag. Does your dad need the gadget to help put on his socks? Does your mom need bumper pads in the stove to keep her from burning her arm? Here's your chance to take a look at a few of the must-have senior products.