Entries for 2018

December 2018 Newsletter: The 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

 December 2018
See holiday gift suggestions for every senior on your Christmas list. From cozy wraps and blankets to hiking and fishing, we have the perfect ideas for your last minute shopping needs. Read our newsletter and shop CTBids.com for more.

November 2018 Newsletter: The Smart Guide to Holiday Shopping

 November 2018
We want to help you shop smart! Between Thanksgiving and the first week of the New Year, consumers are bombarded with exclusive deals from their favorite retailers and online shops. According to statistics from the National Retail Federation “consumers plan to spend a total of $1,007 on average for items such as decorations, candy, and gifts as well as other purchases for themselves and their families.”

October 2018 Newsletter: The Facts and Figures of Planning for Retirement

 October 2018
During a home transition, there are many costs to consider.  For most Americans, their home is their largest asset, and also their largest expense. There are many nuances that factor into a late-life move, and many times families find themselves overwhelmed and short on time and resources. Read the October Newsletter to get tips for planning for retirement and late-life moves.

September 2018 Newsletter: Healthy Aging & History

 September 2018
September is Healthy Aging Month! We have great ideas to help you communicate history and maintain a healthy living environment. Memorable moments are tied to items of significance that tell a story or hold a part of history. A calming and enjoyable decluttered home can help you streamline and find these heirlooms while improving your quality of life.

August 2018 Newsletter: From Retail to Resale

 August 2018
With markups on retail items ranging from 50-500% and sometimes more, quality gently used or resale items are becoming more and more appealing. According to BusinessInsider.com, “[t]he reasons for steep markup prices depend on the product. It could be that the item is in high demand, is difficult to make, or holds a great amount of symbolic value.” In many cases, purchasing an item used can give you like new quality at a fraction of the retail pr...
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