IRS Update: Treasury Secretary Announces 90-Day Delay in Tax Filing Deadline Due to Coronavirus Fallout

The coronavirus is upending all aspects of life in the U.S. in early 2020, but finally there’s a bit of good news. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced a few days ago that taxpayers will be getting a break in the form of a 3-month reprieve in filing federal taxes. Instead of the familiar April 15th…

In the Midst of All the Bad News About the Coronavirus, Here Are Some Encouraging Stories of Care, Compassion, and Creativity

In uncertain and even discouraging times, leave it to morning network television to bring us an array of “feel good” stories to dispel a bit of the gloom. We wanted to pass along a few of these nuggets here on the AgingOptions blog to brighten your outlook just a bit. Hard times make some people…

“Retirement Day One”: If You’re Afraid to Retire, Consider Easing Your Way Into It With the Three C’s

There are plenty of people – and maybe you’re one of them – who think about retirement for decades while still working, only to be terrified by the prospect as the date draws closer. Recently we read this article on the topic of retirement fears on the NexrAvenue website. Author Connie Baher, a nationally-known career…

Having a Dog Can Be Great for Seniors, but Be Careful: Dog Walking Injuries are On the Rise

A dog is man’s best friend – we’ve all heard that a thousand times. What’s more, a dog can also be a senior’s best friend, providing companionship, encouraging sociability, and promoting healthy exercise. What could be wrong with that? Dog Walking Injuries Rise by 163 percent As it turns out, there is a downside to…