cognitive skills

Paperwork clutter
As a financial adviser, I’ve seen a lot of clutter in people’s financial lives. I know people who have dozens of financial accounts. Problem is, the more accounts one has, the harder — and more time-consuming and stressful — it is to keep track of everything.
Having a bad day at work? If you are, you're probably in your 20s, says a new German study that finds that workers age 65-plus are cognitively more consistent, reliable and productive than workers much younger.
new grandfather
Are older brains slower to make decisions? Yes, but they're just as accurate as young  brains -- even up to ages 85 and 90, new research finds.
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