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Here is a Glossary of Terms you may find useful.  Below the Glossary are some Frequently Asked Questions.  We hope you’ll find the answer to your question there.  If not, look below the Frequently Asked Questions.  You’ll find ways there to contact us at After Fifty Living.

Glossary of Terms


URL is an abbreviation for Universal Resource Locator and is a title that refers to the formal address of a document on the Internet. Typically, the URL is located at the top of an internet browser and is used to enter the address of a website you wish to visit (URL).


Typically located in a conspicuous location on a website – frequently the upper right-hand corner of the site.  Visitors can enter keywords or a search term to search the website for that specific keyword or search term.


This is the main page on a web site. Usually this page will point to all other pages on the site and will be the page people arrive at first upon visiting the website. This can be used to welcome visitors to the site and to give them an overview of what the site is about.


The way your letters and characters look on a web page. Common font appearances include: Times New Roman, Arial, Bookman Old Style, Tahoma, and Courier.   The font size for many After Fifty Living articles can be increased (made larger).


A link or hyperlink is typically blue and often underlined text that, if clicked on, will take you to another web page or another web site. Links or hyperlinks are often located in the middle of a paragraph of text.

SCROLL / SCROLLING / SCROLL BAR                              

A scroll bar is a vertical bar on the right side of a window or a horizontal bar at the bottom of a window that is used to move the window contents up and down or left and right (see visual to right). The bar contains a box with square or rounded corners, which together look like an elevator in a shaft. The box is called a "thumb" or "elevator," and when dragged with the mouse, the window contents move correspondingly. When the bar is clicked above or below the thumb, the contents are moved one page at a time. The arrows are clicked to move one line at a time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is After Fifty Living About?

After Fifty Living is a site specifically created to provide resources on a wide variety of topics, including lifestyle, love, money, health, retirement, and even social interactions for Boomers and the 50+ generation.  We aim to provide one organized, informative, and easy-to-use location for the issues which Boomers and 50+ individuals may be facing.

Q: Why do I register?

Registering with After Fifty Living is free!  By registering, you become a member of our community and you get access to the more exciting and interactive features of the site. Registering allows you to submit personal stories, comment on any of our thousands of articles, save your favorite articles to come back to at a later date, use the Social Center, use the Ask The Pro functionality, and more. Registration is a one-time process and takes only a couple of minutes.

Q: Where do I register?

When you arrive at the website there is a green REGISTER button at the top center of the website. Simply click on the word "Register" and you’ll be directed to the registration page. Click HERE if you’d like to be directed to the registration page now.

Q: How do I register?

Simply go to the registration page by clicking HERE and complete the form provided.  It only takes a couple minutes of your time. Having trouble when trying to register?  Email and we’ll assist in the process.

Q: I don’t have an email address. Can I still register?

After Fifty Living requires all visitors to provide their email address to assure the authenticity of the user. Your email address will be used to send you a confirming email as part of this registration process and may be used to inform you about changes to After Fifty Living and its policies. Use of your email address is governed by the After Fifty Living Privacy Policy and therefore will never be sold or shared.

Getting an email address is quick, secure, and easy to do at any of the following sites:

We hope you’ll return and register with us here at After Fifty Living once you open your email account!

Q: Where do I go to report problems?  How do I ask questions?

If you are having technical difficulties when trying to use any aspect of the site, please send an email to . If you have comments, suggestions, complaints, or questions, please send an email to .

Due to staffing limitations at After Fifty Living we address issues via email. Email submissions will be answered within 48 hours.

Q: I made a mistake/typo during my registration. Now what?

If you believe you made an error or wish to change something, please contact us at and we’ll work with you to address the problem to the best of our ability. You will hear back from someone at After Fifty Living within 48 hours.

Q: How can I contact someone at After Fifty Living?

The best ways to reach us at After Fifty Living are by contacting any of the following addresses, depending on your need:


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 Need other help? 

Q: I love what After Fifty does. How can I help?

You can contact us via email at  or by mail at:

After Fifty Living, Inc.
P.O Box 3187
North Attleboro, MA  02760-3187

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