For decades, American workers have treated retirement—the end of the “daily grind" of working for pay—as an important part of the American life cycle. But whether they've planned to or not, not everyone retires.
Have you ever... Continue
Even though we generally think of retirement as the leisure time we've earned after a lifetime of work, not everyone fits neatly into the “receive a gold watch and then take up golfing” retirement paradigm. For many retirees,... Continue
Although most people look forward to retirement as a time to relax and enjoy their family, friends, and favorite hobbies, not all of them realize that it requires a significant lifestyle adjustment. Even if it’s a welcome change,... Continue
There are times when a life situation may tempt you to throw your retirement plan out the window. Yet making financial choices based on your emotions could have long-term negative impacts on your bank account, especially if you're... Continue
Louise Machinist, a Pittsburgh clinical psychologist, had noticed that her ex-mother-in-law, who lived alone, was lonely in a large house in Upstate New York. Since her ex-mother-in-law didn’t need all that space, and because the home... Continue