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Adding Attic Insulation
Learn how to make your home more energy efficient by adding insulation to your attic. Rons tips will help you choose the right materials to get the job done.

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What It’s Like Living on Social Security

Barbara Woodruff shares her story, and it may surprise you
No doubt you’ve heard politicians and pundits debating the state of Social Security, and throwing out all kinds of numbers. But the bottom line for retirees has always been simple: Will I get enough to live on? Barbara Woodruff, of St. Louis, can answer yes to that question — but just barely. “It’s very difficult living on Social Security,” says the 65-year old, who retired when she turned 62.

74-Year-Old Gold Medal Coach Deserves More Respect

Why are we talking about the hairstyle of this 'great-grandmother?'
I’m a mother of two with wavy blonde hair. These facts are important to me, my loved ones and the hairdresser to whom I give an embarrassing percentage of my paycheck every six weeks. But I sure hope that those interesting tidbits are left on the cutting room floor if I ever make national news for doing something extraordinary — such as, say, coaching an Olympic Gold Medal winner.

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The Truth About Social Security’s Solvency and You

Social Security’s recently released 2016 Annual Report of the Board of Trustees on the system’s financial condition is 272 pages long and a doorstop. The report is dense, full of detailed tables and conservative projections — a policy wonk’s dream. The dry recitation of numbers in its opening sentences are a powerful reminder, however, of…

An Invitation to Dump Your Obligations

It seems like the impossible dream: To carve out unobligated time. We often complain that we don’t have enough time to do all the things we wish to do. For many of us, it’s a true statement. We truly don’t have enough time. We ardently desire a “time out” from our obligations. Some call this…

Why Pressure Will Grow to Change Long-Term Care Financing

Anybody who knows anything about long-term care is aware that America’s current system is deeply troubled. Yet the nation’s capital has shown little interest in tackling long-term care financing, even as the need is growing with the aging of the boomer generation. Neither have the presidential candidates. “Long-term care isn’t part of the political agenda,”…

A 5-Year Diary Can Help You Chart a Successful Retirement

When my friend Marty Guthrie learned that another friend, Mike McPherson, was starting a five-year diary, Guthrie told him that she was now on her second one. These daily journals, with five spaces for each date to jot down a few lines about the day’s activities, make it easy to look back at each of…

Workplace Poker: Are You Getting Played?

If you’re not thinking about work as a kind of poker game, you’re bound to lose. But if you play your cards right, you might save your job and get the plum assignments you want. That’s the thesis Dan Rust offers in his intriguing new book, Workplace Poker. Rust, the charismatic founder of a corporate…

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