Retiring to rock on the porch isn’t a reality for about one-third of middle-income boomers.
For 6 in 10 (59 percent) employed retirees, the primary reasons they work are nonfinancial, including to stay mentally alert (18 percent), to remain physically active (15 percent) or to have a sense of purpose (14 percent).
It’s hard to work when your spouse and friends aren’t. Here are some ideas to balance and retirement.
A survey found that among people who could probably afford a leisurely retirement, working remains an appealing option.
Becoming an entrepreneur is a tax-friendly way for retirees to make and save money.
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim advocates shorter workweeks and longer work lives.
Do ya feel old, punk? Clint Eastwood argues you’re not too old for anything.
Researcher thinks self-employment should be encouraged for older workers.
With 76 million baby boomers getting old, businesses have great opportunities to serve them.
Stories in the media that sympathize with people who made bad retirement planning decisions don’t encourage better behavior.