Semi-retirement might be the right move for many as they head into their golden years Only a quarter of Americans plan to completely retire..
Boomers’ confidence in their financial situations is at its lowest since 2011. Just 43% feel that they are happy with how things are going.
There's a rising trend in what is fast becoming known as “grey divorce” which describes a couple divorcing after 50.
If all goes according to plan after a lifetime together you get to enjoy retirement in your golden years.
There are many unknown factors when it comes to saving for your retirement. It can be a guessing game, especially when you don’t have the knowledgeable guidance of a financial professional.
When it comes to calculating how much money you'll need for retirement, numbers can be tricky, but concepts are a lot easier to manage
There are 76 million Baby Boomers in the United States, and more than 40 million of whom are already age 65 or older. These Baby Boomers will retire at a rate of 10,000 per day for at least the next 15 years.
By the age of 62, two-thirds of Americans have retired completely. At that age, many people are still physically able to do many jobs.
Many Americans get depressed once they quit working. Studies show that retiring can actually increase your risk of getting depressed by 40%! So much for golden years.
About 4 million people retire every year. When the day finally comes that you clock out of work for the last time, will you be ready?
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