The Best Travel Discounts You Can Get After You Turn 50

According to AARP’s 2019 Boomer Travel Trends survey, the cost is the biggest barrier to travel for most people within that age group. Senior travelers expect to take between four to five vacation trips this year, and in doing so plan to spend over $6,600 primarily on plane travel, hotels and cruise ship accommodations, and car … Read more

ConsumerCellular Targets Retired Citizens With Affordable Cell Phone Plans And Senior Friendly Telephones

A few weeks ago Steve came to me and said, “hey, do you think you could find the cheapest cell phone service for someone that talks less than 120 minutes a month using the site ConsumerCellular.com?” “Of course,” I thought. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED! I started my search by heading over to ConsumerCellular.com where they provide a … Read more

Coping Financially With a Short-Term Disability

George is a truck driver. He experienced a seizure and went to see his doctor. Although the doctor said he is all right, state law prohibits him from driving for six months. Susan expected to go back to work six weeks after the birth of her baby, but she experienced severe depression and was unable … Read more

AARP Gets Tough With Debt Settlement Companies

Burdened with debt, millions of consumers contact debt settlement agencies in search of help – only to find out that what looked like the light at the end of the tunnel turned into a nightmare because of huge fees and deceptive business practices. As bills keep piling on the kitchen tables of a growing number … Read more