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My husband and I are interested in getting a couple of bicycles for leisurely exercise and fun. We're both approaching 60 and are a little overweight. It has also been a while since we rode. Do you have any recommendations?
If you're interested in leisurely recreational riding for fitness and fun, a great option is a "comfort bike," which is very popular among baby boomers. Here's what you should know about this option, along with some tips to help you make your selection.
A comfort bike is a style of bicycle that's easy on an aging body because it lets you ride in a more comfortable upright position. These bikes have high handlebars so you don't have to hunch over, which... More
While the IRS campaign to stop tax scammers has been partly successful, the fraudsters continue to develop new attacks. The latest scam involves a prepaid debit card that the tax scammer claims is linked to the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS).
The scammer typically calls the victim and claims the IRS has sent two certified letters. The victim is told not to contact his or her tax preparer, attorney or CPA until making the tax payment. If the victim does not buy a prepaid debit card, he or she is threatened with immediate arrest.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen noted, "This is a new twist to an old scam. Just because tax season is over, scams and schemes do not take the summer... More