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Smartwatch Extraordinaire for a Fraction of the Cost

  KORE 2.0  A Futuristic Smartwatch Extraordinaire for a Fraction of the Cost of similar Smartwatches that Monitors your Vital Signs 24/7 and Much, Much More.  It also Bluetooth’s to your Android or Apple iPhone.     Kore 2.0 Fitness Tracker is the latest smartwatch from Kore Health Trak products. This 3rd generation smartwatch takes the best of the previous models and the latest technology and packs it into the Kore 2.0 smartwatch. It is smaller in size, easier to use, and the battery last up to a week on a single charge.       The bands are made of a sleek slinky silicone that doesn’t have to be removed during charging like it’s predecessors.  The charger is now magnetized and simply clips to the charger port on the back interior of the watch. The screen has an ultra bright led screen that is scratch resistant. You simply swipe and tap to select the different menu options. Even though you cannot submerge it into water it is splash proof.       Now let’s talk about what the Kore 2.0 s

Cracking the Senior Tax Savings Code.

             Photo by Kelly Sikkema           Cracking the senior tax savings code may not be as daunting as you might think.  Keeping up with new tax changes is imperative if you want to save a bundle and get every deduction you are entitled to now that tax time is at hand.  Hopefully some of these tips can get you well on your path to cracking the senior tax savings code this year.      When you hit the age of 65, the IRS provides you with a reward in the form of a higher standard deduction.  A single 64-year-old taxpayer, for example, can claim a standard deduction of $12,550 on his or her 2021 tax-return.  A single 65-year-old taxpayer, on the other hand, will receive a $14,250 standard reduction in 2021.  The standard deduction will increase to $12,950 and $14,700 respectively in 2022.      The extra $1,700 increases the likelihood that you will take the standard deduction rather than itemize on your 2021 tax return.  If you do claim the standard deduction, this extra amount will