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2020 Tech Trends of the 50+

By GRA News Blog | January 27, 2020

Older Adults Keep Pace on Tech Usage Older Americans are increasingly drawn to new technology, according to a new AARP national survey, but they often…

The SECURE Act and You

By GRA News Blog | January 23, 2020

Gregory Ricks on January 14, 2020 Does the SECURE Act have you worried about your retirement income? The new law the President signed late last year, formally…

12 Best States for Retirement: 2020

By GRA News Blog | January 21, 2020

For most Americans, retirement generally occurs at the time they can start receiving Social Security or retirement benefits, according to a report released Monday by WalletHub,…

How To Find A Full-Time Job When You’re Over 50

By GRA News Blog | January 21, 2020

With unemployment at all-time lows, now might be the best time for you to be looking for a full-time job. The challenges, however, are greater…

January 2020 Newsletter

By GRA News Blog | January 21, 2020



Is it time to have ‘that talk’ with your aging parents about their finances?

By GRA News Blog | January 20, 2020

Advice from the author of ‘Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk’ Having the conversation now can save all of you a lot of trouble…

Mark your calendars, here’s when tax season starts

By GRA News Blog | January 16, 2020

It’s the second year since Trump administration’s tax-code changes took effect Jan. 27 is the start of this year’s tax season, the Internal Revenue Service…

How Working Past 65 Can Affect Your Social Security Benefits and Medicare Premiums

By GRA News Blog | January 13, 2020

For a growing number of Americans, “retirement” simply means changing where or how you work. More than half of Americans age 40 and up expect to…

These are the top Money and investment trends to watch out for in 2020

By GRA News Blog | January 9, 2020

All in all, 2019 was a pretty strong year for the economy. Job growth was brisk, with both inflation and interest rates low. Economic growth…

The average American starts saving for retirement at this age

By GRA News Blog | January 8, 2020

The sooner you start saving for retirement, the more opportunity you’ll have to build a solid nest egg without having to sacrifice too much on an…

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