Will you age in place, live like the 'Golden Girls' or move in with family? Here's a guide to housing options for retirees, with resources to help find what's right for you.
An intentionally planned path can help mitigate the emotional highs and lows of important funding strategies
We want to retire in the Carolinas or Virginias in a walkable town neither too large nor too small — where should we go?
A local theater or museum would be nice.
How much should you worry about the 'Widow Tax Hit'?
A reality check on news headlines about the financial status of Social Security
5 ways to support a friend after a dementia diagnosis
It may seem like a no-brainer, but there are some cases where you should explore other options
3 steps to meet your financial goals
Surviving spouses have options that no one else does
Waiting to take Social Security and tapping into the right assets can pay off
We've got some good news and bad news.
Billions in federal aid hasn't bolstered overwhelmed workforce.
IRAs are supposed to provide retirement security for the middle class, not tax avoidance for the wealthy
New rules are needed, our planet and our next generation of investors cannot wait
Longevity, high medical costs and low savings rates will keep us working for a long time.
Qualifying for Social Security from your ex's benefits
Rightsizing your home can help promote well-being. Try applying the principles of feng shui.
Saving America’s retirement plan is one of the biggest issues we're facing
Panic attacks, fear of socializing…COVID-19's delta variant may have impacted your return to 'normal.' Here are some ways to handle setbacks and fears.
The Supreme Court's ruling on the eviction moratorium will push them into the streets, says the CEO of an emergency shelter.
‘Now I have the ability to be OK indefinitely’
'Being able to do something in your head, greatly increase your chances of being able to do it in real life'
'Leaving the U.S. for a more peaceful environment was in our best interests'
Seattle attorney Sylvia Hall worked off six figures in student debt on her path to financial independence. Now, she plans to use real estate to pay almost no taxes in her early retirement.
There are some things you can do to maintain good credit or to minimize the damage if an unexpected medical expense clobbers your budget.
The search for the 'perfect' investing strategy
At least 1.7 million extra older workers have retired early as a result of the pandemic, research finds
I love cool weather and hiking but can’t afford to stay in Oakland — where should I retire in the western U.S.?
Cultural options are on the retirement wish list too.
Here’s why you should — and how to get started