Top adult-only cruise sun decks
Why you shouldn’t skip the museums in Switzerland
This is the most underrated destination in Australia
What your household clutter says about you
Healthy people have strokes too
10 tips for living your life without regrets
Food & Wine
Home & Garden
Family & Pets
Beauty & Style
Bread and butter pickles
Moroccan roasted pumpkin, brown rice and quinoa salad
Make-up artist enlists dad to do voiceover for beauty tutorial
Money & Banking
The downside of separate bank accounts
Property alone is not a retirement plan
6 ways to use your empty garage to earn money
4 unexpected benefits of reading
71-year old Cher wears Turn Back Time replica outfit at music awards
7 iconic TV roles almost played by other actors
Is it time to redefine what it means to be “old”?
Battle of wills is costly and rarely delivers
“Hospital parking fees have gone too far”
Golden rules for lending money to friends and family
The dangers of a DIY will
DIY wills are becoming increasingly popular, but care is required. The legal and financial risks to your executors and your loved ones could be major.
How much money you should leave your children
How much money to leave your children is not a subject any parent likes to think about but it’s an important task to get right. Here’s what Bill Gates and Warren Buffet say you need to consider.
Managing money matters of someone with dementia
Do you need a financial advisor?
How to protect yourself (or someone else) from elder abuse
8 ways to talk to your family about money
How long you should keep old paperwork
Throwing out paperwork you’ve been holding onto for years can feel a little odd, but some old documents are really doing nothing more than gathering dust.
5 signs your friend is struggling with serious debt
Money troubles are difficult to talk about, partly because many people suffer in silence. Here are five signs your friend is struggling with serious debt.
5 ways to protect yourself when banking online
6 ways to avoid scams that target seniors
Choosing the right executor for your estate
Tips to discuss sensitive money matters with family
6 tips to survive divorce after 60
Here are six things you must do to survive divorce after 60. Taking these measures will help numb the sting, as you start to put your life back together.
3 things you must do before moving in with family
Taking the appropriate steps will ensure that your best interests are taken care of and, most importantly, you remain on good terms with your family.
Finding a legal resolution through mediation
How to talk to grandchildren about money
Guide to getting approval for renovations
Courtroom dramas are filmed the same
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