Looking To Achieve Purpose in Retirement? BY JANICE GARCIA In the Spring 2021 edition of Grand Magazine, the article ‘Purpose is Key to Successful Retirement’ focused on what makes for

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Post-Pandemic, Retirees Overwhelmingly Report Purpose as Key to a Successful Retirement, Edward Jones and Age Wave Research Finds Milestone Study Highlights both the Challenges and the Silver Linings from the

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Grandfather, Larry Chester couldn’t get hired at 61, so he started a business… The Wheeling resident founded CFO Simplified on March 3, 2009, and in the 10 years since –

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Important Financial Tips for Seniors If you’re nearing retirement age, you’ve probably got a lot on your mind. Besides looking forward to having more free time on your schedule, there

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From Self-Employment to Retirement – Making the Move After Working for Yourself Did you know, the older you are, the more likely you are to be self-employed? One-fourth of those 65+

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From Retirement to ReParenting By Debra Susan Bowman      Grandparents have an awesome impact on grandchildren. Whether full or part-time, your heart will melt at the sight of your

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Forget all those “best places to retire” lists: For some retirees, the top retirement destination is the place where their grandkids reside. By Beth Brophy, From Kiplinger’s Retirement Report, April 2016 Nancy Kilgore,

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By Ken Dychtwald – Agewave That’s $8 TRILLION, with a T. Just to put that number into perspective, it’s almost as much as China’s annual gross domestic product. That number represents

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By Maddy Dychtwald Think about it: a mere century ago, the world was a very different place. Cars were scarce, television hadn’t been invented yet, and an apple was just

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Retiring overseas is becoming increasingly popular among North Americans…and with good reason. With excellent, affordable healthcare, a lower cost of living, and better weather just some of the benefits of

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By Juan Botino – A Cyber-Savvy Cuban GRANDdad       As I approach retirement, I contemplate my life and ask myself: “What the h*#$ happened???” Seems I just got here

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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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Compared to the length of retirement, 15 minutes is no time at all. But that’s all you need to learn the basics of developing a plan to make your savings last

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Ten “must-have” conversations regarding retirement  BY ROBERTA K. TAYLOR and DORIAN MINTZER Seventy-eight million baby boomers, and many more on the older fringe, are pioneering a new life stage characterized

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By Dave Bernard I look forward to becoming a grandparent. My recently married daughter and her husband are getting in some world travel over the next year before they plan

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By Dave Bernard For the past four-plus years I have been preparing for retirement. Back in 2010 the wonderful little start-up I worked for was unexpectedly (at least for me)

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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 Robin Ganzert, PHD One thing that we all get to look forward to is retirement, a time to relax, to spend more time with our loved ones, and, most

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By Nanci Yuronis, grandmother and mother extraordinaire, entrepreneur, world traveler, writer, Lavender grower If I were to choose a name for the stage of life after 60, I would call

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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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