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How Dangerous is the Omicron Variant for Seniors?

Carol and her husband, Scott, are considering visiting their friends in Florida for Christmas. They are thinking about driving to save money on airfare. They were all ready to go, but are deciding whether to change their plans … [Read more...]

Maximize Your Impact with Your 2021 Charitable Giving

Q. My dad and I enjoy running races. In the coming weeks, there aren’t any races coming up for the causes we care most about, so we were hoping to go on our own and donate to them ourselves. Are there any rules we should know … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: FTC Urges Research Before Charitable Donations

Dear Hayek, I am thinking about giving charitable donations this month. I want to make sure that the charities I am choosing are legitimate and that most of the money I give goes to those in need. I also want to make sure I’m … [Read more...]

How to Prepare for the Final Step: Words of Wisdom from an Optimistic Death Doula

Ruth McGill talks about death every day. She listens to her clients, all of whom are terminally ill, and helps them to decide where they might like to die – at home, in a hospice, or someplace else. She helps them to have … [Read more...]

Happy Thanksgiving from The Farr Law Firm!

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My Retirement Plan is You – Adult Children Giving Back to Their Parents in Retirement

Rebecca Danigelis, an immigrant from England, first visited the YWCA on Clarendon Street in Boston in 1978, after she attended rape counseling sessions. Five years later, she moved into a low-income apartment there with her two … [Read more...]

Does Intermittent Fasting Slow Cognitive Decline?

Q. My father was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Similar to many who have been given such a devastating diagnosis, we’d like to do what we can to slow the cognitive decline for as long as possible. I read somewhere … [Read more...]

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