Next Sunday is Father’s Day and this is a good time to continue the series we started around Mother’s Day on helping our elders.
Our president and his fellow boomers at the IRS and Justice Department think they and their agenda are what’s best for us, without regard to long-established traditions of governmental balance and restraint.
Social Security will be there in the future, but it will look a little different.
Women need to put retirement planning at the top of their goal list, for more reasons than one.
More baby boomers are saying they will face their golden years alone. The number of divorces among couples in their late 40s and 50s is soaring.
Retirees are living longer, but living longer often means living a more limited lifestyle.
Right now, more than 4.5 million Americans live with one knee replacement and many of those people are relatively young.
A really good use of your refund is to reserve the money for an emergency fund.
In his speech Tuesday night Mitt Romney said “deep confidence in a better tomorrow is the basic promise of America.” Boomers of both parties have broken that promise.
A new survey by Sun Life Financial found one in five Americans now believe they will never retire.