More people 65 and older are working for a variety of reasons — good and not so good.
The U.S. Census released some of the first statistics from the 2010 count, including population and income information about the population of people older than 60. It provides a snapshot of people living in retirement and the information will undoubtedly be used by many businesses and institutions considering retirement planning issues. There are an estimated
My grandma was 65 when I was born. With her white hair in a bun, black lace-up shoes and an apron covering her cotton house dress, I thought she was ancient. Although she lived to be 94, her retirement was narrowly defined by a meager income and attitudes that kept her close to home. Today’s