A variant of aging in place is called a naturally occurring retirement community.
Holidays are a good time to check in on elderly parents and see how they’re doing mentally, physically and emotionally.
A high net worth doesn’t stop investors from struggling with long-term care decisions they expect to face as seniors, a recent survey shows.
Bankrate periodically publishes the 10 best and worst places to retire, as do other publications. Who comes out on top or the bottom depends largely on the factors used and weights assigned to those factors.
Now’s the time to figure out a plan to avoid being old, alone and vulnerable.
A study reported that 53.5 percent of senior tasks got done by outsourcing, 9.7 percent got done using tools and technologies (think Roomba) and 7 percent left the task undone.
The decision about where to retire can come up more than once. There’s even a term for it. It’s called the two-step retirement.
Making some changes in how and where you live in retirement will influence how long your money will last.
A new survey finds most baby boomers plan to stay in their current homes after they retire. But is it practical?
Spending money on your home to make it easier to age in place could be a good retirement investment.