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Having spent more than a half century shaping everything from the political landscape to the workplace and pop culture, boomers are now redefining what it means to age.
By 2030, the number of U.S. adults age 50 and older will grow to 132 million - up 70% compared with 2000, according to a report released on Tuesday by Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies and AARP Foundation.
The argument that a lack of housing stock is what drives higher rents is only partially true.
Healthcare is the leading sector over the past year and year-to-date, but there are very few dividends paying over 6%.
Are you counting on Social Security to provide most, or even all, of your post-retirement income? If so, you should know that the average monthly Social Security benefit right now is less than $1,300.
In December 2011, the AARP Policy Institute released a report titled, "Aging in Place: A State Survey of Livability Policies and Practices."
Florida's key voter demographic within Tampa are sending both gubernatorial front-runners Charlie Crist and Rick Scott a message: listen to us.
I'm a social worker turned financial planner who uses both skill sets to help folks prepare for the mental, social, and physical, as well as the financial aspects of retirement.
A major report from the American Association of Retired People has named California a strong performer in long-term care systems for older adults and the disabled.
Residents 50 years and older can learn to use tablets and smartphones at a series of free AARP workshops at the Lou Walker Senior Center in Lithonia.
"AARP Pennsylvania is pleased that an agreement has been reached to provide health coverage to more than 500,000 hard-working Pennsylvanians - including 90,000 residents age 50-64 - many of whom are either between jobs or in jobs without health coverage.
A half-million more low-income Pennsylvanians are in line to get federally funded health insurance after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services approved the state's plan to accept Medicaid expansion money under the landmark 2010 federal health care law, officials said Thursday.
The next class is Tuesday, September 23, from noon to 4 p.m. in Meeting Room 2 at St. Mary's Health.
If life were fair, Marsha Schumacher, 69, wouldn't have to worry about affording care in retirement.
A new election-year poll of likely voters in Pennsylvania age 50 and older reveals many are concerned about having enough money down the road, and want candidates to focus on improving their economic security.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 09:35 am
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