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If you're looking for answers to senior questions, here is the solution. Why spend endless hours searching the Internet or talking to automated phone systems trying to figure out your Social Security benefits? Spend only what you need to on your prescription drugs, and get what you're owed from Medicare. Turn to the source that millions of readers have trusted - Jim Miller, the author of "The Savvy Senior" newspaper column, published in over 400 newspapers nationwide.
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Jim Miller is the creator and writer of "The Savvy Senior" syndicated column, which is currently published in over 400 newspapers nationwide with over 12 million readers. Miller lives in Norman, Oklahoma, where he is well known as the stadium announcer for the University of Oklahoma's football and basketball games. Visit him at www.SavvySenior.org.From Publishers Weekly:
Those interested in making plans for their own retirement years or concerned about a parent's retirement will find many of their questions answered here. The author writes the syndicated column "The Savvy Senior," which is published in 400 newspapers, and he bases his book on the thousands of questions he receives on social security issues, Medicare, estate and retirement planning, health issues, caregiving, grandparenting and more. Miller's writing style is a mixture of "just the facts, please" and light humor, allowing him to establish himself as a credible and knowledgeable expert. Numerous checklists, resources and charts make it easy to learn about such mundane topics as Medicare and living trusts, while "savvy notes" interspersed between paragraphs enlighten with odd factoids. Baby boomers caring for elderly parents will want to pay special attention to the section on avoiding telemarketing scams to seniors, who are the number one target for this type of criminal activity. And seniors on a fixed income will find the section on "Cost-Cutting Tips on Prescription Drugs" helpful as they learn how to apply for free prescription drugs from the pharmaceutical companies.
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