While these technologies are still emerging, they have tremendous disruptive potential—could they put you out of a job soon?
We looked at 6 different “Best Places To Retire” lists to see what they had in common—and what they may have missed.
This assistance often starts small and take many forms: cell phone expenses, groceries, and car payments, but can quickly balloon to much more costly expenditures that threaten your financial well-being.
Stocks to consider based on the inexorable growth in the number of older adults. Serving the needs of older adults is turning into big business. Here are a few industries and companies to watch. We welcome your ideas too.
Transportation is an important, yet often overlooked factor for older adults to evaluate where to live. While many “where to live” guides and sites provide helpful information on housing costs, income opportunities, tax rates, and other criteria to consider when picking one’s retirement residence, typically transportation offerings for seniors are typically ignored (as far as I know).
This article provides insights from my personal experience and that of friends, and people I have talked with about our retirements and about what has made retirement work well for us.
It’s no mistake that one of the 6 key domains of the Age Friendliness Score is transportation. Ease of mobility can keep daily routines dynamic and avoid social isolation, but during the long winter months or in caregiving situations where a loved one’s mobility is impaired, it can become much more difficult to get out and get a daily dose of Vitamin D.
Living on a fixed income in retirement often requires getting creative with spending. While not yet retired myself, I take pride in chasing down some of the best bargains.
One of the most difficult aspects of caring for a cognitively impaired loved one is the fact that the normalcy of social interaction is completely upended. Let these simple tips ease the act of eating at a restaurant together.
The Age Friendly University (AFU) global network is a movement that may help shape how we live and work in retirement by increasing educational opportunities for older adults.