Retirement news and analysis
‘I am beside myself with the classes I have taken.’ Retirees are finding themselves on college campuses — again.
Older adults are being embraced at colleges and universities as they work on their next act.
You want to treat your kids fairly when it comes to inheritance, but 'fair' doesn’t always mean 'equal,' especially if your assets and situation are complicated
How to turn small amounts of money now into huge sums later — and why you should move beyond the S&P 500
How you invest your savings makes a big difference
Self-conscious about your aging appearance? Here’s how to snap back and regain confidence in your looks.
The IRS imposes a 10% penalty for withdrawing these funds before age 59 ½. Some savers don’t realize this until it’s too late.
Retirees, be warned: Trying to predict the Fed’s behavior has minimal rewards and considerable risks
Credit cards are essential to many retirees but they’ve become much more complicated. Here are the most common points of confusion.
The last three years have been extremely difficult for Americans on a personal and financial level.
There is some uncertainty around inherited IRAs
The importance of focusing on real, not nominal, returns
Skip out on the rigid schedules of sightseeing and allow for some chance encounters. It will make your travel experience richer and more memorable.
Even as adults, some siblings can't help but treat every situation they are in as a competition.
From toddlers to 100-year-olds, this unique apartment complex offers retirement living, with residents of all ages
Catholic sisters, single moms, children and retirees: At Trinity Woods, residents of all ages are creating a community with 'purpose and meaning'
Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid do not provide greedy people with special privileges
A Gen-Xer, business owner and financial planner reflects upon a few lessons learned as she approaches a birthday milestone, and they can help you, too.
Here’s what Medicare beneficiaries should know about healthcare sharing ministries and how they compare with health insurance.
As we age, we lose flexibility and that can cause pain, loss of muscle strength and balance issues. Here's how to get it back.
Leaving behind your assets comes with some risk, potentially higher fees and fewer investment options.