As we age, the idea of happiness may seem like an elusive concept, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, studies have shown that people over 65 years old are among the happiest demographic groups. So, what can you do to ensure that you continue to be happy well into your golden years? Here are some tips:
As we age, making new friends can become more challenging. We may no longer be in the workforce, we may have moved to a new location, or our social circle may have diminished over time. However, it’s never too late to make new connections and expand our social network. Here are the top 10 ways to make new friends over 65.
Medicare is a federal program that provides health insurance to retired individuals, regardless of their medical condition, and certain younger people with disabilities or end-stage renal disease. Here are some basic facts about Medicare that you should know.
Research shows that more than 50 percent of people who haven’t planned for retirement are nervous about the impending change, however 95 percent of people who have prepared are optimistic and excited about giving up work.
Whether you’re already enjoying retirement, or planning ahead for it, here are a few things you might not know about retirement.
Now that everyone is out of the house is it the right time to downsize? Seniors can ask these questions to find the answers.
When planning for retirement many retirees and soon-to-be retired boomers are concerned about the financial aspects of retirement planning, but often don’t focus on retirement living.
Everyone has a so-called “comfort zone.” You know what I’m talking about: that mental space you live in where there are boundaries and you feel a sense of emotional security with your work and your decision making.
What does this mean if you’re approaching retirement or already living on a fixed income? The good news is that the frugal can and do rule retirement. While the years may not be as golden as you’d like, they can be lined with silver, if you keep these tips in mind.
If your health insurance coverage comes through your spouse’s job, you may lose that coverage when he or she retires and goes on Medicare. Not so long ago, this was a scary and expensive prospect, but things have changed.
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