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The Big G

The holidays require many decisions.   Real or artificial?  Colored lights or white?  Red bows or green? Which cookie do you make for the cookie exchange?  Do you send a photo card or a regular card? 984 more words


Adapt When Your Plans Fall Through

If you went to the mall this past weekend (or anytime this month really) then you’ve been elbow to elbow trying to get some last minute shopping done. 526 more words

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Some days, you just can’t win.

The cemetery and loved ones who reside there have always been very important in my family.  As a young child, I recall each Memorial Day weekend, my mother cutting her peonies and other late spring blossoms, and placing them in jars of water. 1,118 more words


Behind the Scenes

by Ron Tatro, Vice President, Administration and Center for Elder Rights Advocacy

Elder Law of Michigan is well known for its direct services to older persons throughout Michigan. 350 more words

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Why Your Autistic Teenager Should File A Tax Return

We discussed in previous posts why the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is the best way to save for your child’s future. The key element to the plan is the government grants and bonds (free money!) which is added to the account. 121 more words

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Eliette Wanted to Know Where She Could Live After She Retires, the Features of a Woman


A few days ago, I’d gotten an e-mail from a French friend of mine, Eliette, she’d mentioned about her retiring next year, but she didn’t know if she should go home to Aix-en-Provence, or to stay in her home in Lyon. 437 more words


Holiday Homestretch

With 37 days left in 2014, families and organizations are undoubtedly feeling the pressure of holiday crunch time. I’m pretty guilty of waiting last minute to buy all of my Christmas presents, but when it comes to prepping for the next year I try hard not to lose my focus and keep it going. 431 more words

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