No one likes to talk about estate planning, but if you don’t have the right conversations and make the proper preparations it can spell disaster for you and your loved ones.
Working 9-5 behind a desk in a cubicle is no longer the only choice for employees, which is good news for boomers not ready to fully retire.
As more baby boomers become grandparents, studies show they pass on more than just their good looks to their grandchildren.
The old adage that 'age is nothing but a number' holds some truth, according to a new survey.
You've been saving for retirement for decades, and now the day has come to start spending it. Where do you start?
There are a lot of question marks involved in retirement planning. Here are the questions that every boomer needs to ask their financial planner.
Younger workers have time on their side, but every boomer will tell you: Retirement moves closer every day—whether you’re ready or not. Here's how to get started.
Longer life expectancy is good news, but it increases the risk of outliving your retirement savings if you don’t plan accordingly.
Talking about finances isn’t the most romantic of conversations to have, but individuals need to understand the financial and legal implications marriage will have on their estate and retirement...
Heading to warmer weather when winter rolls in sounds like a comfortable retirement plan, but it comes with a lot of tax and financial implications.