New York Times: Retirement May Actually Cost Less Per Year as Average Spending Declines Over Time

Do you have enough saved for retirement? If you ask the average senior, their answer will likely be no. A steady stream of articles, including some we’ve included here on the AgingOptions blog, contributes to the fear shared by many U.S. adults that they are in real danger of running out of money as they…

Worried About Retirement Savings? You Can Still Improve Your Financial Picture, but the Time to Act is Now

Here at the AgingOptions blog, we like to present common sense articles that answer questions most retirees are facing. In the case of this article recently published on the CNBC website, the question on the minds of many seniors is pretty straightforward: how can I make certain I don’t outlive my money? Optimistic About Retirement…

You Want Fries with That? Seniors are Replacing Teens Behind the Fast Food Counter, Bloomberg Reports

If you were managing a fast food restaurant, you would hire the best employees you could find: people who were reliable, punctual and friendly – not to mention people willing to work for minimum wage. According to this interesting article just published by Bloomberg, a growing number of restaurant chains are finding these ideal fast…

About to Retire? Don’t Neglect Your Credit Score – it will Still Prove Helpful Even When You’re No Longer Working.

All through our adult lives we’re continually reminded of the importance of paying our bills on time. One of the chief benefits: a high credit score, the Holy Grail of good money management. With a high credit score, we’re told, credit card companies, mortgage companies and car loan companies will be tying themselves in proverbial…

Retiring Abroad, then Moving Back Home: Some Important Advice for “Boomerang Retirees”

Here at AgingOptions we’re always on the lookout for articles that describe a retirement problem that’s a bit out of the ordinary. For that reason we were intrigued to discover this new article on the Money magazine website that asked a question to which we hadn’t given much thought: what happens to Americans who decide…

Retiring with Debt? Consider These Three Ways to Make Your Debt Load More Manageable

Most people approaching retirement age probably dream about retiring debt-free. Entering retirement without the burden of debt is certainly the ideal – but if you think it’s the norm, think again. The reality is, about seven out of ten households headed by those in the 65-74 age group are carrying at least some debt load,…

Way Behind on Retirement Savings? It Won’t be Easy but You Can Still Recover – Here’s How

We recently ran across this article published a few months back on the CNN Money website. Written by retirement expert and well-known money writer Walter Updegrave, the article tackles a question we hear often at our AgingOptions LifePlanning Seminars and on our radio program: What do I do if I’m in my 50s or 60s…