In this post, we examine some of the best discounts that you can get as a senior. These are all general discounts, so you don’t need an AARP membership or anything like that to get access to them.
A key part of working in your ‘golden years’ is finding the right job. The process can seem confusing but these 10 options are effective places to get started.
This post highlights key strategies that can help you talk to your aging parents about finances and address issues now.
People’s brains change as they age but there is still much that we have to learn. Recent research has highlighted one surprising change that may make some seniors much more vulnerable to scams and scam artists.
In this second part of our series, we take a look at the challenges that seniors face when trying to find employment and ways to address these.
For some, retiring as soon as possible sounds perfect while others want to work as long as possible. But, what are the true advantages and disadvantages of each of these approaches?
Retirement, unlike taxes, usually comes only once in a lifetime when you decide to retire early, on time or later than planned. It’s been called a rite of passage moving from a steady diet of stressful work and endless hours, to the coveted life of leisure. But as luck would have it, it can be fraught with unanticipated and unwelcome problems of varying type.
Traditionally, people tend to view their golden years as a time to slow down and to relax. For many people, this is the time where they are retired and it can be a chance to pick up new hobbies, to socialize and to simply enjoy life. Yet, this type of lifestyle isn’t for everyone.
Growing old doesn’t mean that you have to sit around, play bingo and watch TV. Instead, there are some fascinating choices out there, including some more unique retirement options. In fact, these options for retirement offer a good reminder that life offers us a range of choices. Sometimes the best solution is to take a look at what’s on offer and figure out what is going to work best for your situation and your needs.
The idea of retiring early often seems like an ideal goal – especially for people that don’t particularly like their jobs. After all, retirement means that you have much less to stress about and you don’t have to work hard anymore. At least, that’s what it means in theory.
For seniors on a fixed income, making ends meet can sometimes feel like an impossible task. At the same time, seniors may also face health problems or disabilities. These can be costly in their own right and can make the process of saving money that much more difficult. Thankfully, there are a number of approaches that you can take.
Finances are hard for anyone, but elderly parents often face their own challenges that they can need considerable help for.
Home caregiving can add additional challenges to your taxes, but there are some resources that can make this easier