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A Message to Our Customers Regarding COVID-19

During these challenging times, we at AAG would like to provide an update to all our customers. First and foremost, we remain committed to helping older Americans maintain their financial well-being—now, more than ever—in the midst of uncertainty. To achieve this, AAG has taken many essential steps to remain fully operational during the COVID-19 pandemic. […]

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How Seniors Can Prepare for the Coronavirus

With much still unknown about the new coronavirus —and COVID-19, the disease it causes — it’s more important than ever to replace fears with facts and anxieties with real answers. Here’s what health officials know thus far about the coronavirus, and what seniors can do to minimize their risk. What is the coronavirus? The official […]

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Emergency Preparedness Planning for Seniors

Hurricanes, fires and other natural disasters never seem to take a season off anymore. Because of their increasing frequency, no one should be without an up-to-date disaster preparedness plan. And if you’re older, perhaps facing mobility or other serious health issues, your planning should take on even more urgency. That’s because seniors are simply among […]

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Best Way to Save Money

One of the best ways to save more money in 2020 is to spend less money in 2020. Here are 20 suggestions on how to do just that. They’re only “suggestions” because what you find may work for you may not work for somebody else. So, give each one a read, then weigh whether the […]

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Should You Accept the Job of Executor of Someone’s Will?

If you’ve been asked to serve as the executor of someone’s will, you should feel honored. It shows the person has a lot of faith in your integrity, as well as in your ability and organizational skills to carry out his or her last wishes. But just because you’ve been offered the role doesn’t mean […]

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Ways to Maintain Your Credit Score Once You Retire

When you were younger, applying for your first credit card, you probably recall the paradox you faced. Before a bank would issue you a card, it wanted to see your credit history, which left you wondering, “How could you have a history, if you didn’t have a card?” Your chicken and egg situation hardly seemed […]

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The Best Is Yet to Come: 4 Ways to Improve Your Retirement Lifestyle

The healthier you are both physically and mentally, the better chance you have at enjoying a long and prosperous retirement. There are several ways to keep your health in check through activity and exercise while also investing to ensure you have enough funds for a comfortable living at home. Retirement can be the best part […]

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Helpful Guidelines for a Successful Retirement

You’ve been waiting your whole work life for retirement and now here’s your chance to make the most of your senior years. Are you a little nervous about your finances and healthcare plans? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one! Many Americans are worried they might not have enough saved for retirement, but with these […]

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Fun Ways to Make Extra Money During Retirement

Are you excited to sit back and relax during retirement? Doing nothing at all sounds fun in theory, but after a couple of months or years, you might start to get restless at home. Or maybe you’ll discover you don’t have quite enough money to live the lifestyle you desired or go on the vacations […]

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Getting Married After 60: What To Consider

Love can find you at any age. But when you partner up later in life, there are a lot more considerations than if you were, say, in your 20s or 30s. At this stage, you probably come to a relationship with quite a bit of life experience, especially concerning the physical, emotional and financial variety. […]

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