Your Boss Thinks You Won’t Be Ready to Retire at 65
And employees agree
Financial needs and goals change as we age, so your financial plan and day-to-day money management strategy need to evolve as well to suit your changing needs and goals. Whether you’re a pre-retiree or already enjoying your golden years, Debt.com has the latest news and trends for seniors to help you enjoy retirement on your terms.
And employees agree
At least they know who to ask for help.
Nearly half of all Americans don’t believe they will reach their retirement goals by the time they hit actual retirement age.
Aging Americans want to leave an inheritance, but don’t want to talk about it.
When elder relatives get financially abused, caregivers struggle to keep them afloat.
The least and most expensive states to live in when it comes to long-term health care, from home health aides to living facilities.
Most families have strong misconceptions about the value of an estate and this hurts us later in life when our loved ones pass away.
Thieves and even family members are increasingly targeting senior citizens.
Knowing your options is important to a comfortable retirement.
A reader is frustrated because his elderly parents are spending too much.
Following these steps can help ensure that you do not live longer than your money once you stop working.
A new study shows what retirees REALLY do with their free time and tight budgets.
But you can retire comfortably if you follow this advice.
A reader is overwhelmed by all the information out there, so Howard talks to her directly in a video.
They’re not all spoiled and selfish. Millennials have learned a lot from Baby Boomers, and that’s a good thing.
Age 64 is their goal, and they’re saving better than their parents for it. But here’s why it’s not practical or smart.
A reader has a double tragedy: Her husband is gone and she’s had several strokes.
Even though they’re struggling to make ends meet, millennials have better saving habits than their parents.
Even worse, a fifth of them do not expect to recover financially. Here’s how to save your retirement from the same fate.
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