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How To File Your Taxes For Free

The IRS estimates about 70 percent of Americans are eligible for FreeFile. There are options for free state preparation as well. 

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Massachusetts Gubernatorial Debates: No Elderly Issues

At the Oct. 9 debate, an elderly man submitted a question which stated: “My immediate need is property tax reduction.”

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Aging Alone: Putting In Place An A-Team Of Allies

Millions of older adults are in a similar situation, peering into an uncertain future without knowing whom they can count on to be at their side.

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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 18: Committee chair Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks during a U.S. House Budget Committee markup on the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for FY 2016 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Top military officials testified on March 17th, warning the committee that the budget cutting measure called 'sequestration' will continue to adversely affect military readiness and put American lives at risk at home and abroad. (Photo by Allison Shelley/Getty Images)

Price appointment boosts GOP plans to overhaul Medicare, Medicaid

President-elect Donald Trump’s selection of Rep. Tom Price to head the Department of Health and Human Services signals that the new administration is all-in on both efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act and restructure Medicare and Medicaid.

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Can attending a religious service help you live longer

Over the 16-year study, religious service attendance was linked to a substantial reduction in mortality.

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Advocates: help when an elderly relative’s health fails

“I needed eyes and ears closer to my mother,” said Schwartz, an only child living in Malibu. “I needed someone to handle the medical, the insurance, the financial, stay on top of the daily caregiving, so the emotional strain wouldn’t be overwhelming.”

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