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Keeping a close eye and control over the finances is not always easy for the elderly or the people who...

If you have given any thought about to whom you want to give your belongings after your death, you will...

Let’s face it. We live in a sophisticated, technologically driven world whether we like it or not.  Like most things...

Medicare will soon roll out new Medicare Health Insurance cards to all seniors. The new cards are designed to help...

Financial hardship is one of the worst stresses that we can come across in our lives. While money shouldn’t equal...

Estate planning structures current and projected assets for future allocation and disposal. It eliminates the uncertainties over probate and maximizes...

As a retiree, there are many activities that you can spend your days engaged in. Maybe you’re working on a...

Last week’s column discussed telephone fraudsters and other senior scams to watch out for, especially this time of year. Unfortunately,...

The new year presents new challenges and opportunities for everyone. While you may or may not have created a resolution...

Congratulations!  You’ve made the decision to get out of debt. So now what? Before You Get Out of Debt Some people...

“Hurry in for our winter savings event! Act now and save $10,000 off the purchase of this new truck!” How to...

I have a number of subscriptions that I like to keep up. Netflix, Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Chuze Fitness, and...

Smart chips are continuing to working their way into credit and debit cards around the nation. While they offer a...

With about 40% of adults in the U.S. foregoing life insurance, it makes sense to discuss how this can affect...

Five things you can do now to avoid post-holiday blues How to Budget Online Holiday Spending Online shopping has made...

Most media coverage that discusses finances for seniors often places a focus solely on retirement savings. How much does one...

Most caregivers are in their role for 5 – 10 years. On their caregiving journey, they can spend thousands of...

It’s Cyber Security Awareness Month!  Do you know the best online shopping practices?  Our tips on website and mobile safety have...

After a long day at work, Gary struggled through his hour-long commute. When he arrived at his apartment, he quickly...

Sometimes you get good advice and it’s not till much later that you realize the wisdom of the advice. Such...

Last year, the Social Security Administration stated that it would require a two-factor authentication for online account users. Initially, they...

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Rod Spurgeon
Safety for Seniors

Rod Spurgeon is a professional writer, editor, and photographer. He writes a weekly column at ownyourdefense.net, is a content contributor at senior.com, and is the author of several science fiction novels and novellas.
 
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Global Business from Arizona State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix, and also received an Honorable Mention from PR News Daily’s 2015 Nonprofit PR Awards.

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