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I’ve found that men I date are “ honesty-challenged.” Many of them complain that women at online dating sites also post old photographs of themselves and lie about their age.
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In 2012, AARP released a study titled “Beyond Happiness: Thriving,” which explored what happiness means to adults and what it takes to thrive as they age. AARP surveyed more than 4,000 Americans ages 35-80, including African Americans/blacks. Regardless of age, relationships were found to be universally important and key drivers of happiness.
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A  U.S. Supreme Court ruling has just made estate planning a lot more cumbersome for some high-net-worth parents who want to leave tax-free money in a Roth IRA to a child.
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It's often true that older people feel lonelier as their children leave the nest, their friends move south and their spouses pass away.
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Public trust in the government is near an all-time low - not exactly a shock for a survey taken during a shutdown of the federal government.
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Thousands of residents of long-term care institutions have their personal savings stolen by people who are supposed to care for them, a disturbing USA Today investigation finds.
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Most of us don't have $300 million to leave behind when we pass on. But for those who do, it's no surprise when there's a fight over their wills. And when they leave most of their estate to charities and caretakers instead of family members? Bring on the trusts and estates lawyers.
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If you think your financial adviser is giving you retirement investment advice that's in your best interest, you could be sadly mistaken.
The Talk About Estate Planning
I was recently interviewed for a  New York Times article, The Talk You Didn't Have With Your Parents Could Cost You, about handling parents' financial and legal affairs after they die. The article is an important one - both for adult children who may be dealing with these issues, and for parents who may be reluctant to share personal and financial information with their kids.
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