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These 14 States Want To Crack Down On Work-from-Home Scams
Work-from-Home scams have increasingly been targeting older adults and other individuals during the pandemic as remote work has become more popular.
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Unemployment Benefit Fraud Rose in 2020. Now What?
Elected officials want to crack down on fraud against seniors with the Protecting Seniors from Scam Act.
New Year, New You: Could the Best Exercise for Seniors Be High-Intensity Interval Training?
According to a recent study, HIIT workouts aren’t just for seasoned, younger athletes. They can also help older adults booster their fitness.
How Women Can Stay Financially Protected As They Age
Recently divorced or widowed women are more likely to be targeted by scammers on dating apps.
5 Indoor Activities And Exercises You Can Do This Winter
With the ongoing pandemic and winter weather upon us one of the best ways for seniors to stay active is to exercise indoors.
This Is How Scammers Have Been Targeting Seniors During COVID-19
Scamming older adults with hopes of a new pet to keep them company are just one of many ways fraudsters have been targeting lonely seniors this year.
7 Unexpected Ways You Can Add Years To Your Life
Studies of people who lived to more than 100 years old found that they were more likely to be optimistic, easygoing, and able to find the humor in life.
How to Be Protected Against Fraud During the Pandemic
Learn how to spot red flags of potential con artists looking to steal your money or defraud you during the uptick of scams during COVID-19.
Conversation Tips: How To Talk To Your Parents About Fraud
With Covid-19 scams on the rise, more older adults are getting targeted by con artists and bad actors.
A New Study Shows Dancing Helps Older Adults Avoid Falls
Falling is currently the leading cause of accidental death and injury in people over the age of 65.
There May Be a New Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease on the Horizon
Alzheimer’s disease, which is the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S., currently has no cure.
7 Ways Older Adults Can Get Through Spending The Holidays Alone
Virtual gatherings have been crucial in helping people stay connected to their family this year.
FBI Reports Psychic Scams Are On The Rise
Bad actors and scam artists are using 2020’s year of uncertainty to trick older adults into giving them money by promising them good fortune.
How To Cope With Caregiver Stress During A Pandemic
By maintaining your own health, you can take better care of others.
The Emotional Aspect Of Senior Fraud No One Talks About
Having a trusting nature is such a common attribute amongst older adults it’s exactly what many con artists and bad actors look for when trying to find someone to scam.
So You’ve Been Scammed—Here’s Everything You Should Do Next
Being defrauded can be a confusing and scary experience but you don’t have to go through the experience alone. Here’s what to do if you’ve been the victim of a scam.
The Psychological and Fear Tactics Scammers Are Using During the COVID-19 Pandemic
How Can You Tell If Someone on a Dating App Is Trying to Scam You?
This Town Square for People With Alzheimer’s Disease Could Be the Future of Memory Care
New Research Shows Dementia Creates Money Management Problems Years Before Diagnosis
Tribute to Those Lost to COVID-19
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