Whether we are able to articulate them or not, most baby boomer have fears about retirement.
Why are boomers reluctant to plan for retirement? Fear of the unknown and denial. But not having a plan can have disastrous consequences.
If you don’t have a plan for your time in retirement, others will. Knowing what you want, setting goals, and enforcing boundaries are keys to successful retirement planning.
Looking for ways to boost your retirement income? The answer might not be as complicated as you think.
In our youth baby boomers demanded change. Now, as the ground swell of boomers turn, or have turned, 60 can they handle the changes to come?
Many baby boomers are or will become the Power of Attorney for someone they know. Do boomers really understand what that means?
Most baby boomers assume Medicare will handle their health care needs. Not so much.
Planning for retirement is anxiety producing for most baby boomers. Contemplating this major life change can leave you feeling adrift and out of control. Learn the three phases of change and how to embrace them rather than resist them.
The time immediately preceding your retirement (I call it “your countdown to retirement” is the most powerful time in your life. Want to know why? Keep reading.
An article about Maine’s desirability as a retirement destination recently appeared in numerous media outlets including USA Today and U.S. News & World Report. One category in which Maine is cited as number one in the nation is absolutely astonishing.