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Where You Live In Your 20's Affects Your Retirement
The two things may seem miles apart, but a new examination by Emily Murray at the Department of Public Health at University College, London, shows that where you spend or spent your youth could have a drastic impact on how comfortable you are later in life.
The "Best Places To Retire" List Round-up
We looked at 6 different “Best Places To Retire” lists to see what they had in common—and what they may have missed.
The Biggest Threat To Your Retirement Is...Your Kids?!
This assistance often starts small and take many forms: cell phone expenses, groceries, and car payments, but can quickly balloon to much more costly expenditures that threaten your financial well-being.
Transportation: An Important "Where To Live" Factor for Adults
Transportation is an important, yet often overlooked factor for older adults to evaluate where to live. While many “where to live” guides and sites provide helpful information on housing costs, income opportunities, tax rates, and other criteria to consider when picking one’s retirement residence, typically transportation offerings for seniors are typically ignored (as far as I know).
Reboot, Rewire or Retire? Personal Experiences With Phased Retirement
This article provides insights from my personal experience and that of friends, and people I have talked with about our retirements and about what has made retirement work well for us.
Is Your Town or Employer Age Friendly?
Age Friendly Advisor focuses on where we live and work in our later years - and how we engage with our communities. Go to your town's page and post your review. What makes it age friendly - or not? Go to the 'Working' section and post an employer review. What makes your employer age friendly - or not?
Crowd-sourcing Set To Accelerate Age Friendly Movement
“We need engagement from the bottom in addition to action from the top,” the World Health Organization’s Dr. John Beard tells Age Friendly Advisor.
An Innovation Framework for Age Friendly Cities
As cities take on disruptive challenges, in particular harnessing technological disruptions and managing aging populations, this note suggests a five-stage framework to guide cities along their innovation journey.