The latest news on senior citizens
Sharp differences in financial needs and perceptions highlight the value of talking to kids about money.
Job benefit cuts can drive retirement decisions, but it’s those already well-off who continue to work.
Government surveys show that 1 in 6 Americans age 65 and older are still in the workforce.
Congressional calm will give way to fights over programs central to older Americans’ quality of life.
Serious illness and end-of-life treatments involve the whole family and move far beyond clinical treatment.
Seniors will likely continue working past the traditional retirement age even as the economy recovers.
Multigenerational living deserves consideration as a positive lifestyle shift for an aging society.
Downsizing, retirement homes, and renting become more feasible as housing market continues to recover.
Longer life spans highlight mismatch of expense and income trends.
Now that the holidays are over, it may be time to explore options for mom or dad’s care needs.