By Christine Sparacino (Editor’s note: As much as we grandparents love to be with our grandkids, we also need to expand our other passionate pursuits. After all, those g-kids are watching

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According to a USA Today interview with Ken Dychtwald, most people today view retirement as an opportunity to begin a new chapter in their lives, “not a time to wind

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By Elyse Pellman  |  Is your family sucking your retirement funds dry? A new study reveals how family financial interdependencies affect us in the years leading to and through retirement.

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By Richard J. Anthony, Sr.   |  Dr. Roger Landry reveals ancient secrets to a happier, healthier, and longer Third Act of Life |    [hr style=”single”] World-renowned physician, researcher,

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Jessica Bruno of FourGenerationsOneRoof.com shares how her four-generation household divvies up expenses. At least once a week, I get an email asking, “Who pays the bills?” Sadly, many come from

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What Every Woman Should Do Now to Protect Her Financial Future  |  By Mary Hunt   Becoming a grandparent four years ago turned my world upside down. Suddenly, I wanted

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It’s Not (just) About the Money, Money, Money For today’s grandparents, legacy is not only what you leave behind. It’s also a reflection of how you live today. By Elyse

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A Lousy Investment Worth Looking Into By Dennis Miller   One of the biggest challenges facing many retirees is how to bridge the gap between ever-rising expenses and virtually stagnant

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By  Dennis MillerIt can be mighty hard to earn any interest at all in today’s banking environment. Many in­vestors are looking to riskier investments to find the kind of returns

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By:  Dennis Miller:  Many of you have probably filled out one of the “retirement planner” forms available online. Plenty of tax and accounting programs also have “Lifetime Planner” sections for

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By Dennis Miller One of the greatest joys of writing Miller’s Money Weekly and our premium publications is working with Alex Daley, Casey Research’s resident technology guru, who also wears many other

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By  Dennis Miller In 2000, my high school hosted a class reunion for all of its twentieth-century graduating classes. It was actually attended by some folks who graduated in the

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By Helen Dennis – Specialist in Aging, Employment & The New Retirement Imagine Silicon Valleyin the 1980s with its entrepreneurial, brilliant, and creative 22-year olds working 20 hours a day and eating pizza at

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Analysis of Romney Medicare Proposals Sounds Loud Warning that Nation’s Seniors Need to Hear Governor Romney on Oct. 3: ‘So If You’re 60 or around 60 or Older, You Don’t

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By:  AARP More than one in four older women rely on Social Security for nearly all their family income. In 2010 alone, Social Security kept roughly 38 percent of women

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Riding the Age Wave: How Health Care Can Stay Afloat In an ancient Greek fable, Eos, the beautiful goddess of the dawn, falls deeply in love with the warrior Tithonus.

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I have not yet reached those talked-about “golden years,” but already that term distresses me at age 53. Each time my birthday approaches, my husband will jokingly say how I’ll

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Exactly 10 years ago, in 2001, Age Wave conducted the landmark “Re-Visioning Retirement Study” in partnership with SunAmerica Financial Group. The study revealed that the majority of Americans thought they’d

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Yes…and yes. It’s time to reset our expectations. Exactly 10 years ago, in 2001, Age Wave conducted the landmark “Re-Visioning Retirement Study” in partnership with SunAmerica Financial Group. The study

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Exactly 10 years ago, in 2001, Age Wave conducted the landmark “Re-Visioning Retirement Study” in partnership with SunAmerica Financial Group. The study revealed that the majority of Americans thought they’d be able

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