Synopses & Reviews
Jim Miller began his newspaper column in an effort to ease his grief after his parents died within weeks of each other. By charging very little, he placed the column in over 400 newspapers. In 10 short months, "The Savvy Senior" became a one of the top ten syndicated columns in the country. Since the meteoric rise of "The Savvy Senior," Miller has been recognized in "Time Magazine and "The New York Times. The book will be a compilation of his advice to senior citizens from his highly popular newspaper columns.
"People feel like they're getting their information from a friend, as opposed to getting it from a faceless entity." (Wayne Frazer, Spencer County Journal Democrat, Rockport, Indiana)
"A good, important column that is full of information and resources." (Patricia St. Louis, The Fountain Valley News, Fountain, Colorado)
"The Savvy Senior" is a nationally syndicated newspaper column that serves the growing needs of the senior population and the families who support them by providing useful information and valuable resources. While many of the questions focus on Medicare and Social Security, they also cover a wide range of topics, including hearing aids, telemarketing fraud, volunteerism, reverse mortgages, travel, education, wills, nutrition, and even employment.
About the Author
Jim Miller is the creator and writer of "The Savvy Senior" syndicated column, which is currently published in over 400 newspapers nationwide with over 12 million readers. Miller lives in Norman, Oklahoma, where he is well known as the stadium announcer for the University of Oklahoma's football and basketball games. Visit him at www.SavvySenior.org.