How to Avoid Coronavirus Scams Targeting Veterans
Scammers are trying to use COVID-19 to make money off veterans and their families. Here’s what to watch out for.
How to Prevent Foggy Glasses With a Face Mask
If you wear glasses, you may have noticed lens fogging when wearing your CDC-recommended face mask in public. Here are 4 ways to fix it.
5 Tips for Mobile Check Deposit
Can’t make it to the bank? Depositing checks with your phone is a safe and easy alternative.
How to Stay Connected During Coronavirus Social Distancing
The CDC recommends staying home as much as possible during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some tips to avoid isolation and participate in social events in quarantine.
Caring for Someone With Coronavirus
Adults 65+ are especially prone to severe illness from COVID-19. Here’s how you can care for a loved one with a doctor’s approval for home recovery.
How to Clean Your Phone
We touch our phones constantly, potentially spreading harmful viruses and bacteria in the process. Here’s how to clean your phone without damaging it.
How to Form a Caregiving Plan During Coronavirus
Many older adults may rely more on family members’ help during social isolation. Here's how caregivers can get prepared and keep loved ones healthy.
How to Be Happier at Any Age
Did you know that research shows people get happier as they age? Here are some shortcuts to a happier day-to-day life.
How to Tell if You’re the Target of an IRS Scam
Don’t just hand over private information to someone claiming to be from the IRS — take some time to identify the signs of a scam.
What Is My Tax Bracket?
Paying federal income tax can be confusing. Start by understanding progressive tax brackets.
How to File Taxes for Older Adults
Some older adults qualify for special tax breaks. Find out if you’re taking advantage of all of the tax benefits available to you.
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