The latest news on baby boomers
Saving for the future is hard, so advisors encourage long-term thinking.
Retirement at ages 62 and 65 is declining, while signing up at age 66 is increasingly common.
Trends in shrinking family sizes and increasing longevity will create caregiver shortages, AARP says.
A network of family and friends can make the aging process easier to cope with.
We hear a lot about the problems of old age, but there are some benefits to growing older.
Many people have misconceptions about what life in retirement is actually like.
Encore.org enlists universities to offer education and training to help boomers reinvent themselves.
Study finds three-fourths of middle-income baby boomers have no plans for their retirement care.
Baby boomers advanced the nation while also creating challenges for future generations.