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Ways Women Can Bring in Extra Income During Retirement
- Written by James Burrow
Planning for retirement inevitably requires early savings and working toward building up the funds for a comfortable life during the golden years. Retirement plans aren't what they were 50 years ago as human lifespan has increased over the years and more men and women are living longer lifespans and have to plan ahead for life after retirement. Since women have a longer life expectancy and face a wide range of challenges related to retirement, it can be helpful to take measures to bring in extra funds after retiring.
34 Social Security Secrets
- Written by Chuck
On the Newshour's Making Sense page, well-known economist and retirement planner Lawrence Kotlikoff shares some advice on how those approaching retirement can make the best decisions about what benefits to take and when to take them to maximize your over-all income.
Two New Sites of Interest
- Written by Chuck
We've recently discovered two interesting new websites that focus on issues and ideas of interest to people over 50. One, Next Avenue, is sponsored by PBS. The other, Huff/Post50, is an outgrowth of Huffington Post. Check them out and let us know what you think.
Not a Still Life
- Written by jo
Check out the pages of this website by a retired elementary school teacher who has made the most of living within the limitations that fate sent her way. After being diagnosed with early stage Alzheimer's Disease, Donna Beveridge took her first painting class and fell in love with watercolor. She changed her doctor to one more supportive of what she could do and achieve, and she decided to tell her experience through paint. She became an advocate for others with the disease by helping to publicize useful programs and develop new programs for people with dementia and their caregivers.
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