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.
Docs on line is a growing trend, recently blessed by Medicare, that can reassure patients with nagging health concerns.
Retirement savings are inadequate. Social Security is shrinking. Will most of us work until we drop?
The latest Medicare reforms give patients direct financial incentives to do what the doctor ordered.