Gray Divorce: Splitting Up in Later Life

Alan and Joan* threw a big bash to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Surrounded by their children, grandchildren, and friends, the champagne flowed as they toasted a life well lived.

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Funeral Planning by the Numbers

19,322: The number of funeral homes in the U.S. in 2017, according to the National Directory of Morticians Redbook.

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Parenting 2.0: The Evolving Role of Grandparents

Over the last decade, more and more grandparents have taken on the responsibility of raising their children’s children. For many today, the notion of spoiling their grandchildren for a few hours and then “giving them back” just isn’t a reality.

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Kickstarting the Fast Food Nation

The Great Depression strangled the economies of many of American cities, including Manchester, New Hampshire, the hometown of the McDonald brothers.

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Consumers Prefer the Human Touch

Electronic self-service may be the wave of the future for many organizations, but lots of consumers are bucking the trend.

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Try These Creative Hiding Places for Valuables

Although your chances of being burglarized are low, it does happen.

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Like Father, Like Child

Father’s Day celebrates the special bond between fathers and their families. Every dad is a celebrity in his child’s eyes, of course, but in some families fame and fatherhood go hand in hand.

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Is This Thing On? Put it All in Order – Create a Filing System

You don’t need to be a neatnik for the sake of your buddy, the computer. It couldn’t care less whether you can find the documents you “penned.”

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A Short History of Flag Day

President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed June 14 to be Flag Day in 1916, commemorating the adoption of the Stars and Stripes by the Second Continental Congress on that day in 1777.

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