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AARP Foundation Survey finds connections, not candy, are preferred way to celebrate Valentine's Day.
The 2018 Tennessee Retirement Security Study was a phone survey of 500 registered voters 18-64 on retirement savings issues.
A survey of AAPIs age 50 and older shows high rates of exposure to consumer fraud with financial and non-financial impacts.
For many, the concept of a “good life” has evolved from a focus on material possessions to a more experiential one today.
This study of adults age 40+ characterized the relationship between eating habits and willingness to eat healthy and brain health/mental well-being.
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Generation X is the first generation in U.S. history in which a majority will not end up financially better off than their parents.
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