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No recess for NARFE grass-roots advocates

The current congressional recess (March 30-April 10) affords NARFE members a window of opportunity to contact their representatives and senators in their home states and districts about NARFE's priorities in the 114th Congress. The recently passed House and Senate budgets...

source: NARFE
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Social Security payments will rise by 2 percent next year, which means the cost of living, as measured by the Department of Labor's Consumer Price Index, is also increasing. But it's not all bad news for budget-conscious consumers. While certain items will cost more in 2018,...

source: U.S. News & World Report

Virtually everyone gets nervous at a job interview sometimes. A job interview is an artificial situation. Everything in it is artificial. In real life, we don't laugh heartily at other people's lame jokes. We don't act deferential to strangers in real life, either. In a...

source: Forbes

You probably know that exercise benefits your heart and waistline. But how about your vision? Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles analyzed long-term data on American adults, and found that the most physically active folks were 73 percent less likely...

source: HealthDay via UPI

While winter travel typically means holiday-inflated airfares, inclement weather and long delays, it can also be one of the best seasons to travel on the cheap if you time it right. From cities with epic Christmas markets to wallet-friendly beach vacations, these 10 winter...

source: USA Today

Caregiving can run the gamut from checking in on an elderly neighbor once a week to helping an older or disabled loved one function daily in his or her home. Though there are those who make a living caring for others, millions of them nationwide provide services that go...

source: The Associated Press via

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced that the 2018 premium for Part B of Medicare will remain at $134 a month. But even with no change, millions of Social Security recipients will pay sharply higher Part B premiums that will eat up all or...

source: PBS NewsHour


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