Are You Over The Hill: Have You Saved Enough For Retirement?According to researchers at Simon Frasier University in Canada, cognitive performance peaks at age 24. I don’t think most folks in their 20s feel like they are over the hill.
Worcester Is The 5th-Worst Place To Retire, Report ClaimsWhen it comes to retirement locales, older Americans would rather be almost anywhere else in the country besides Worcester.
Retirement Realities: Health Care CostsAccording to the latest retiree health care cost estimate from Fidelity, a 65-year-old couple will need over $245,000 to cover medical expenses throughout their retirement.
Retirement Realities: Retirement Pot HolesThe pot holes of life have a way of messing up the best laid plans for a comfortable retirement.
Retirement Realities: Retiring Far AwayDo you think you might want to retire somewhere exotic and cheap? It is working for some retirees.
Retirement Realities: Will You Have Enough Money To Retire?The more money you have saved the more options you will have in retirement. It's that simple!
Retirement Realities: The Dress RehearsalRetirement is a very scary place and I am thinking I am never going to retire.
Retirement Myth #5: And We’ll Live Happily Ever After In RetirementThe reality is that is a line from a fairy tale! Too many things can go wrong with your planning.
Retirement Myth #4: I Plan To Work ForeverThe reality is that may not be possible for a variety of reasons.
Retirement Myth #3: Social Security Will Be EnoughThe reality is Social Security was designed to replace only about 40% of your current paycheck and less if you are a high wage earner.
Retirement Myth #2: Mom And Dad Are Leaving Me Their MoneyThe reality is there may not be much money left to inherit.
Working Longer May Mean Living Longer, Study SaysRetiring at age 65 may not be the healthiest thing for you, according to a new study.

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