When planning for retirement, have you planned to do anything other than being financially “fit”? Complement being financially “fit” with being “fit” emotionally, socially and physically. Here are some suggestions to help you reach that goal. 1 Plan something to look forward to As with any change, retirement can be challenging. When going through times
Older workers in the US tend to make more money than younger workers, but the extent of the income gap between generations varies among states. Using Census Bureau data, Business Insider found out how much more baby boomers earned than millennials in each state. The gap between baby coomer and milennial income is biggest in
During my career at AT&T as a Leadership Development Coach, I saved as much money as I could. I shared our society’s obsession with saving money for retirement. And for good reason. Baby Boomers have longer retirements and are living longer. Once I retired, I discovered I wasn’t as prepared as I thought I was.
Love is wonderful, but there may be a few practical questions to consider. I swore I would never remarry after my wife died from complications related to frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and Lou Gehrig’s disease at 53. The personality-altering disease took a toll on me as well. But that was 2014, and this is now. Like
Millennials often get a bad name in the media and around the workplace. They’re frequently stereotyped as both arrogant and naïve. But maybe it’s time boomers and Gen Xers not only start giving Gen Y credit, but also following some of their financial habits. Learning about living on a budget the way millennials do might