By Jeanette Beebe, Next Avenue Contributor (Editor’s note: This story is part of a special report for The John A. Hartford Foundation.) Our final days are difficult because they are infused with uncertainty:
If you're like most Americans, chances are you met some of your closest friends while you were in school, which means many of those friends are exactly -- or very close to -- your own age. As a result,
OK, let me guess – is this the generation that never learned to cook and is still living off sandwiches in its, their, whatever 30s? No. The generation that has embraced the freedom technology brings chooses
Imagine you are a woman in public service in any number of states across this country. You spend your career teaching, nursing the elderly back to health, assisting the unemployed in their job search.
Let's be blunt about it. Money is going to be a big issue for most of us as we and the people we care about grow old. "While baby boomers had the opportunity to plan for aging, many also had that generation's