Part One of a Two-Part Series: At the Dawn of a Brand-New Decade, Consider These Boomer Predictions for the 2020s

The New Year is almost a month along, and already 2020 feels sort of old hat. Most of us have gotten used to saying “2020” and we’ve even stopped writing “2019” on our checks (for those who still write checks, that is). But before we continue racing along on the 2020 toboggan ride,  this recent…

Putting Things Off, Acting Too Rashly, Retiring Without Purpose – Some of the Pitfalls to Avoid on the Road to a ‘No Regrets’ Retirement

Years ago, we ran across this little poem: “Of all the words of tongue or pen/The saddest are these: ‘It might have been.’” Many of us go through life with regrets. When we’re younger, we usually have more time and energy to revisit those old “might-have-beens” and redeem the situation. However, once we enter our…

2020 is a Census Year – and That Means You Need to Be on Guard Against a Host of Census Scams.

Every ten years it comes around again like clockwork – the United States Census. There’s always a huge amount riding on the outcome of this mammoth national head count, from Congressional representation to tax distribution to Medicaid allocation and much more. But before the Census begins in earnest in less than two months, here’s a…