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People don’t like annuities until they prove themselves to be a good deal, recent research says. Here’s one worth considering.
Moving to The Villages, the fastest-growing retirement community in the U.S., requires a healthy retirement income.
You can’t take it with you, but you can make a good plan for leaving your wealth to the right people.
It’s tough to figure out how much you will need to pay for things that insurance or Medicare won’t cover, a recent study shows.
Boomers are better educated, smoke less and have greater access to technology, but a new study suggests their weight mitigates those advantages.
At 88, Bill Zinke is fed up with the notion that old is useless and he’s rallying the geriatric troops.
One-third of people born in 1946 — the first baby boomers — took Social Security at 62, mostly because their options were limited.
Retiring without a plan to pay what you owe can reduce your peace of mind.
Don’t be distracted by the bells and whistles. The basics are what counts.