If you’re nearing retirement, you’re probably trying to figure out where you want to live. Nearly three-quarters of those between 50 and 64 want to “age in place” and stay in their homes in retirement. But where are the best and worst “places”? Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has the cities with the most to offer, and which places rank lowest in a recent retirement survey. » Read More
By: Kate Rogers
The demand for home health and personal care aides is expected to increase 41 percent to more than 4 million jobs through 2026. » Read More
Financial advisors say investing in your health is as important as investing in the market when it comes to planning for medical costs in retirement. » Read More
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Pay off credit-card debt, max out savings and build an emergency fund first.
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Your total retirement benefits over your lifetime should be one factor in your decision on when to claim benefits.