After I retired at 52 with a $3 million net worth, people always ask how I spend my time. Here's exactly what I do now to
In my Black Friday Chat last fall one reader made the following comment: One of my biggest concerns about early retirement is lack of structure/purpose. It would be nice to see more questions targeting
“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” — Winston Churchill Ah, retirement. The “Golden Years.” Once we’ve earned our fortunes, we can sit back, relax and not think too hard about
As Bette Davis famously quipped, “Old age ain’t no place for sissies.” My mother knows this all too well. In a couple of months, she’ll turn 90—making her part of one of the fastest-growing demographics
A Growing Number of People Are Navigating Retirement Alone. This Woman Is Spearheading a Movement to Change That
Carol Marak helped her aging parents for a total of six years, frequently driving the 125 miles between her home in Dallas and theirs in West, Texas, to shop, clean, cook and do other tasks for them. realized
The U.S. is on the verge of a massive surge of retirement in the coming years. As of 2016, 14.3% of the population was aged 65 or older. That figure is expected to rise to over 20% in the next decade.
On a global scale, the United States is 24th on the list of the best countries for retirement. However, the US is very large and experiences can vary drastically within the country. If you decide to stay
10,000 people turn 65 in the U.S. every single day. The average American retirement age is 63, and the life expectancy for retirees is about 85. That means Americans should plan to spend 22 years in retirement.