Retiring to the City

Older Americans still move to beachfront communities or suburban condos when they retire, but increasingly…

Why It Was Easier for Your Parents to Retire

People are living longer than ever before, and right now, interest rates are historically low.…

Retirement Planning for Women

Women need to approach retirement planning a little differently than men. On average, women live…

More Americans Plan Later Retirements

A new AARP survey finds that more people are planning to work past the typical…

Need Extra Retirement Income? Rent Out a Room

We’ve written before about the benefits of side work for retired people looking for extra income. Another…

Want to Retire Early?

Millions of people want to retire early, but many don’t achieve that dream. Unforeseen financial…

When Planning for Retirement, Don’t Forget Healthcare Costs

Retirement planning isn’t an exact science. It’s impossible to predict exactly what your expenses will be next…

Which Generation Is Financially Fit for Retirement?

Baby Boomers, Generation Xers and Millennials have distinct approaches to their finances. Financial Finesse recently…

Know Your Social Security Retirement Age

While you can start receiving Social Security benefits as early as age 62, waiting a…

Planning Retirement for Singles

Planning retirement for singles isn’t as simple as calculating half of what a couple might…