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From: Senior Americans Association <news@newsletters-saa.com>
To: steveoncomputer <steveoncomputer@aol.com>
Sent: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 20:11
Subject: The Internet Sites You Need to Know

The latest from the Senior Americans Association
Senior Americans Association
Below is today's edition of the SAA Daily Bulletin

Bookmark These 5 Retirement Sites Today

Savvy seniors are using the internet to expand their world, keep in touch with friends and family and to organize and optimize their retirement.

Check out this list of the five most important sites on the internet for seniors and how they can help you with a whole host of problems that used to take loads of time to solve.

 
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Yours truly,
Gil Davis
Founding President


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