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News of interesting Baby Boomer activities as well as news that’s relevant to us and our issues happens daily. We know this, because for at least ten years now, Google as daily delivered us a handful of news articles containing the keyword “Baby Boomer.” Plus, we almost daily receive news releases from sources like CMS – the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Not to mention that we subscribe to almost a dozen online versions of daily newspapers, like the New York Times and WAPO – The Washington Post, as well as Apple News.

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47% of parents still financially support adult children, study finds. Here’s how much they spend

On average, parents who financially support grown children give them more than $1,300 a month for expenses such as food, rent, cellphones and car insurance.

On average, parents who financially support grown children give them more than $1,300 a month for expenses such as food, rent, cellphones and car insurance.

On average, parents who financially support grown children give them more than $1,300 a month for expenses such as food, rent, cellphones and car insurance.

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‘Boomer nation’ is in charge, hedge fund manager shares what sectors to focus on

David Neuhauser of Livermore Partners says that we are in a "boomer renaissance" and expects tourism, healthcare and biotechnology stocks to benefit.

David Neuhauser of Livermore Partners says that we are in a "boomer renaissance" and expects tourism, healthcare and biotechnology stocks to benefit.

David Neuhauser of Livermore Partners says that we are in a "boomer renaissance" and expects tourism, healthcare and biotechnology stocks to benefit.

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Longevity is challenging people to reimagine their later years. One age cohort is ‘carrying the most stress and burden,’ research finds

As people live longer lives, there is a new emphasis on wealth and health. But not all generations are feeling fully prepared, research finds.

As people live longer lives, there is a new emphasis on wealth and health. But not all generations are feeling fully prepared, research finds.

As people live longer lives, there is a new emphasis on wealth and health. But not all generations are feeling fully prepared, research finds.

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Have insurance, will travel: Here’s why millennials and Gen Z are paying for trip coverage

Gen Z and millennials are paying more for travel protections because they are prioritizing new experiences, especially in a post-Covid world with disruptions.

Gen Z and millennials are paying more for travel protections because they are prioritizing new experiences, especially in a post-Covid world with disruptions.

Gen Z and millennials are paying more for travel protections because they are prioritizing new experiences, especially in a post-Covid world with disruptions.

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Here are moves parents can make to help adult child become financially independent, advisor says

These days, it can take years before young adults are able to pay their own way. However, some money moves may speed up the process.

These days, it can take years before young adults are able to pay their own way. However, some money moves may speed up the process.

These days, it can take years before young adults are able to pay their own way. However, some money moves may speed up the process.

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Amid inflation, nearly half of parents financially support their adult children, but ‘it has to go both ways,’ economist warns

On average, parents who financially support grown children give them $1,400 a month for expenses such as food, rent, cell phones and car insurance.

On average, parents who financially support grown children give them $1,400 a month for expenses such as food, rent, cell phones and car insurance.

On average, parents who financially support grown children give them $1,400 a month for expenses such as food, rent, cell phones and car insurance.

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Listed Expert at BabyBoomer.org

We are partnering with www.babyboomer.org on a number of initiatives. I was just listed on their web site in two places. As an expert: https://babyboomer.org/experts/anthonycirillo/ For my book: https://babyboomer.org/books/who-moved-my-dentures/

We are partnering with www.babyboomer.org on a number of initiatives. I was just listed on their web site in two places. As an expert: https://babyboomer.org/experts/anthonycirillo/ For my book:…

We are partnering with www.babyboomer.org on a number of initiatives. I was just listed on their web site in two places. As an expert: https://babyboomer.org/experts/anthonycirillo/ For my book: https://babyboomer.org/books/who-moved-my-dentures/

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Higher-income Medicare beneficiaries may see smaller premium surcharges in 2023. Here are tips for reducing them even more

Although the so-called income-related adjustment amounts, or IRMAAs, will be smaller in 2023, there may still be strategies for reducing what you pay.

Although the so-called income-related adjustment amounts, or IRMAAs, will be smaller in 2023, there may still be strategies for reducing what you pay.

Although the so-called income-related adjustment amounts, or IRMAAs, will be smaller in 2023, there may still be strategies for reducing what you pay.

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Nearly 6 million older adults are living below the poverty line. These resources can help struggling seniors

Around 6 million older Americans are living below the poverty line. Fortunately, there are thousands of resources available to struggling seniors.

Around 6 million older Americans are living below the poverty line. Fortunately, there are thousands of resources available to struggling seniors.

Around 6 million older Americans are living below the poverty line. Fortunately, there are thousands of resources available to struggling seniors.

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