After only 41 days, Tom Brady says goodbye to retirement. Surprising? Maybe not. Learn why this is a common response when people initially experience and confront the realities of retirement. Click here to view the...
Since I have posted a few articles retiring outside of the United States- as more and more people are considering this option and making it a reality, I though this article was a good companion article. It provides great...
Think about what traditional planning delivers for you. You can see the charts and graphs, account balance, and returns. However, you can’t see how your body and mind will change in retirement. There is much more to planning for...
The author, Joseph Coughlin of MIT AgeLab, offers a different take on how we should approach retirement. We often use the term 'plan' or 'planning' for retirement. He suggests instead approaching this by also 'prepare' or 'preparing' for...
Long-term care insurance is quickly becoming too expensive for people to afford. Growing health care costs, insurers exiting the market as margins narrow and people living longer is causing insurers to recalculate (raise) premiums. Read more...
Most homeowners want to age in place and not rent. Since that is the preference of many retirees, the article looks at why “cash flow, cash flow, cash flow” should replace “location, location, location” in choosing retirement housing. Cash flow...
Paying for long-term care can be tricky for many seniors, especially after a certain point past retirement. Many seniors are on a fixed income, making it difficult to pay for health care should they lose mobility or become ill....
As the author points out, the words "retire" and "retirement" derive from the French word retirer, meaning to withdraw.  The common definition of retirement today is to leave your job and stop working. Words shape our vision and thinking.  As people...
Social Security was created in 1935 and was designed to be a short-term public pension. Too many people are relying on Social Security to fund a substantial portion of their retirement and they are living longer. Read more...
Although many of the articles I curate each week have a research component- or reference some research, I don't often link directly to a research study. This one is interesting because it looks at the very question(s) we should ask...
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