Archive for: September 2006

September 29, 2006

Reduce Immigration – Secure US Borders

Filed under: Senior Politics,Uncategorized - 29 Sep 2006

There are many important issues under debate in our country right now that have the potential to affect not only senior citizens but the whole of our nation. Too many seniors in America have fought in wars, paid exorbitant taxes, …

September 28, 2006

Senior-Friendly Communities

Filed under: Senior Politics,Uncategorized - 28 Sep 2006

According to Census Bureau statistics, by the year 2050, one in five Americans, around 86.7 million, will be age 65 or older. That is nearly twice today’s number. Staggering, if you really think about it.

With that many Americans well into …

September 27, 2006

Georgia – Tax Break for Working Seniors

Filed under: Senior Politics,Uncategorized - 27 Sep 2006

As many seniors have comfortably settled into their newfound life of leisure, there are a good many who for any number of reasons must continue to work in order to maintain their daily status quo. True, there are many people …

September 25, 2006

Que Sera Sera

Filed under: Senior Finance,Uncategorized - 25 Sep 2006

Long before the now popular what-e-ver chant of our children and grandchildren became widespread, there was our generation’s equivalent put to music and sung by the perky and incessantly-happy Doris Day. I can’t help but wonder how many little girls …

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