Rock and Roll Never Gets Old
Rock and Roll never gets old—and you can tell because of the upcoming concert season. Some of the hottest tickets of the summer, purchased by concertgoers of all ages, are for performers that are age 60 plus!
The Latest Craze In Senior Living Is...Tiny Homes?
Instead of fixed abodes or aging in place, these intrepid older adults are downsizing and going mobile with the creative, entrancing, and fairy-tale-like tiny homes.
Estate Planning is Fun: Said Nobody. Ever.
We all know we should have an estate plan, but it’s amazing how easy it is to put off.
4 Simple Ways to Delay Social Security
Delaying Social Security until age 70 is among the most effective ways to give your retirement income stream a boost.
Guess Who’s Fighting Ageism Now? Madonna
The Boston Globe has a great write-up on the newest warrior in the fight against workplace discrimination and ageism: Madonna.
Filing for Social Security Retirement Benefits
It’s tempting to begin claiming Social Security benefits at the earliest opportunity — age 62 — and many Americans do just that. But is it wise?
Four In 10 Retirees Say “I Wish I’d Filed For Social Security Later”
MassMutual Social Security Pulse Check Reveals Many Regret Their Timing On Claiming Benefits
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The Case AGAINST Early Retirement
Early retirement seems like the dream—after all, when else but retirement could you have the freedom direct your own schedule and choose what you want to do? But a new article from the Wall Street Journal shows that the reality of early retirement may not be as promising as the allure.
Where You Live In Your 20's Affects Your Retirement
The two things may seem miles apart, but a new examination by Emily Murray at the Department of Public Health at University College, London, shows that where you spend or spent your youth could have a drastic impact on how comfortable you are later in life.