Your Family: Apr. 22, 2002

ELDER DISCOUNTS As baby boomers age, senior-citizen discounts may become a thing of the past. Delta and American Airlines recently eliminated their senior clubs, and the New York Mets have put a stop to their senior dollar days. With 1 in 5 Americans currently over 55, other corporations are also beginning to think about the cost-effectiveness of offering discounts. And experts wonder whether the reduced prices are necessary--today people in their 50s are wealthier than any other age group in the U.S.

SHARED CUSTODY According to a study published in the Journal of Family Psychology, kids are more likely to...

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