Retirees rank health as the No. 1 ingredient for a happy retirement.
More seniors are on the hook for student loan debt, and their Social Security checks are being garnished to pay it off.
Old-fashioned pension plans have disappeared over the last 15 years — and they aren’t coming back.
Only 4 out of 10 elderly people who qualify for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program sign up for benefits.
Texting isn’t just for the young. It can be a life saver for older people.
Should you connect with financial services people on social media? The answer is “maybe.”
Because women earn less and save less then their counterparts, they might need to work longer.
A new study shows homeowners with no mortgages have more financial flexibility.
If you’re facing that mid-century birthday, it’s time to figure out a retirement strategy.
Retirement actuary Steve Vernon says working less while delaying Social Security is the best way to retire.