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Rep. Jim Langevin urged Rhode Island residents to use the IRS and Rhode Island Free File programs to save money at tax time. These programs allow roughly 70 percent of all taxpayers to use name-brand tax preparation software to prepare and file … more
When you were in your teens, you probably thought that life’s all about freedom from rules. In your 20s, you might have moved on to valuing adventure above all else. In your 30s, relationships and family took precedence. Once you reached your 40s, … more
If you enter Eldridge Street in New York City from Division, you feel as though you had entered a foreign country.  The cars parked nearby or trying to navigate its narrow confines bear New York license plates, but the language you hear on the … more
Whether they’re called grandma and grandpa, bubbe and zayde or savta and saba, it’s never too early to teach children about v’hadarta p’nei zaken, the Jewish tenet of respecting and caring for the elderly. “A Grandma/Grandpa Like Yours,” … more
Sara’s Story “My mother was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease three years ago. At first she was determined to beat the disease and remain independent, but unfortunately, the disease has taken over her life and now mine. I have moved … more
What is my filing status now? Do I even have to file? Your tax filing status is a category that identifies you, based on your marital situation on the last day of the year. Whether you have to file a tax return depends on your filing status, … more
The average length of time your doctor is likely to visit with you at a regular check-up is about seven minutes. Physicians feel pressure to see more patients each hour of their day. To make the most of the time you have with your doctor you need to … more
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world –  Anne Frank. At the To Life Center Adult Day Services, our participants are privileged to have volunteers who share their expertise with them. … more
When I first logged on to Facebook in 2004 none of my real life friends had accounts yet. At that stage in the social networking site’s development, a Facebook account was only for university students (or at least anyone with a university email … more
Since September, seniors coming to 401 Elmgrove Avenue have been able enjoy a kosher lunch and entertainment three days a week instead of just two. The Senior Café, offered by Jewish Family Service Kosher Nutrition Program, expanded to a third day … more
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