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Just be careful when it comes to advising friends and family. It is best to give them the info and let them make the decision. If you hand hold too much and not let them think on their own, you might get the blame if things don't turn out as planned. Remember, she is 60 so what might be good for you might not be necessarily good for her. Give her the resources and guidance to make her own decisions.
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