When Changing Plans for Retirement is Unexpected

Adjusting to a new normal By Sue Mintz ~ Since the recent pandemic landed in our world, how many of these feelings can you relate to? • Shock • Denial

Living “La Pura Vida” in Costa Rica

By Alma O. Garcia ~ Last summer, I wrote an article for this publication describing “My Second Act” of reinventing myself, becoming a minimalist,

Mindful Volunteering: Why It’s Important

By Sue Mintz ~   We work, and look forward to retirement. We retire, and celebrate our retirement. Then we try to figure out how we will spend our time.

Retire Just for the Health of It!

By Sue Mintz ~   Last month, I participated in a fundraising walk to end an aggressive form of cancer. A very close friend of mine is a survivor; her

Retirementhood: Next Exit

By Sue Mintz ~   Is your blinker on — or have you already taken the exit? Where and what the heck is Retirementhood? We travel through different “hoods”

Filing Early for Social Security Retirement Benefits Leads to Some Drawbacks

By Heidi Frankel  ~ This year, 2019, marks the first time more than half of baby boomers in the United States are age 62 or older. More than 38 million

Beware, Thieves are Working the Phones

By David G. Freitag, Financial Planning Consultant with MassMutual ~ Robocalls have always been infuriating. But what should you do if you’re not sure

Be Cautious—Criminals are Looking for Your Social Security Data

By David G. Freitag, Financial Planning Consultant with MassMutual ~ Does this sound like a scene from a movie? Bob is relaxing at home after a crazy

Retirement: Is Your Marriage Ready?

By Sue Mintz ~ “I married you for better or worse, but not for lunch,” Jody read in an article about retirement planning, and she could relate! This

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