Archive | July, 2010

Impact of the expanded senior citizens law

It is probably safe to assume that, if the promotional discount is granted based on the gross selling price, then this will be allowed as a deduction from gross sales — and shall not be limited to being deducted from the gross income — for income tax purposes.

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Boomers driving choices in Atlanta

The goals of Lifelong Mableton are to promote housing and transportation options, encourage healthy living and expand access to services for all age groups.

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So why are we still vulnerable? Have we learnt anything!

Do not be fooled by official-sounding corporate names. Some scam artists operate under names that sound like those of long-standing, reputable firms.

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Want can we learn from those seniors about healthy eating?

But, not for too many senior citizens. Those age 65 and older, most of whom are now retired, report substantially lower levels of stress (32 percent some level of concern) than younger members of society.

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Seniors are looking for new experiences,

also found that as they age, 70 percent of those questioned would be interested in engaging in new experiences, 68 percent would be interested in pursing intellectual enrichment activities, and 65 percent would like to try something they never imagined they would.

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‘Heartless’ phone scam targeting Calgary seniors

A cruel money scam tricking grandparents into parting with thousands of dollars to urgently help a phony troubled relative is making its way across the country, and Calgary seniors are falling prey.

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Party likes it’s…choose your decade!

The fascinating results of the study conducted in Sweden and reported earlier this year is this: People with the lowest dementia risk have a combination of low neuroticism and high extraversion on the Eysenck. Further, among socially isolated individuals, even low neuroticism alone shows a relationship with decreased dementia risk.

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