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Age Discrimination Is Common in the Workplace

Lawmakers have been addressing age discrimination since the 1960’s without much success as it remains a significant problem today. According to study.com, age discrimination is defined as "the practice of letting a person's age unfairly become a factor when deciding…

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The Benefits of Having an Elder Law Attorney

There are currently more than 51 million Americans that are 65 or older, and this number is continually growing due to medical and technological developments. The expanding needs of the US aging population are contributing to an increase in federal…

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The Elderly Are Facing Financial Challenges

Financial difficulties are a reality for many older Americans, clouding the golden years for many. One article addressed some of the seniors’ biggest financial challenges and what they can do to fight back. What follows is a summary of the…

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What You Can Do for an At-Risk Family Member

Substance abuse, suffering from mental disability, or living on the streets are just some of the real-life issues people are grappling with today. Many families want to assist family members struggling like that, but families are unsure how to offer…

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Estate Planning Explained

The law describes estate planning as a legal document summarizing the property a person owns and how to distribute these assets when deceased. Property ownership includes individual as well as jointly owned bank accounts, stocks and bonds, retirement accounts, real…

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Baby Boomers Are Not Prepared For Retirement

Bankers Life Center for Secure Retirement commissioned The Blackstone Group to perform a study of how prepared baby boomers really are for retirement, and the results are troubling. According to the survey above, the bleak financial reality of this demographic is…

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