Bulletin TodayNalcrest is a haven for retired mail carriers, and they’re “delivering a first-class protest” against the demise of the U.S. Postal Service.
Bulletin TodayHow much money will you need in retirement? Yes, it’s a big—and complicated—question. Many retirement planning exercises start by asking you to figure out how much income you’ll need to replace after you stop working. But looking solely at income isn’t enough, says the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI). A new report from the nonprofit research group considers the intersection of income, expenses and savings in retirement.
Your LifeAfter reviewing employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the blog 24/7 Wall St. pinpointed the six cities or regions with the highest unemployment rates for Americans 65+, and five out of the six are places where general unemployment is actually below the national average.
Bulletin TodayA recent survey, conducted by Bankers Life and Casualty Company, found 82 percent of middle-income Americans on Medicare say they’re ‘extremely’ or ‘very’ satisfied with access t0 and quality of health care. Only 2 percent said they were ‘not satisfied’ with Medicare access and quality.
The Takeaway: Active Retirees Drawn To College Towns; America’s Healthiest (And Unhealthiest) States
Bulletin TodayThe college campuses and towns of the not-so-distant future are likely to be filled with more seniors than ever before—and we’re not talking about upperclassmen. And the United Health Foundation has just released its 2011 rankings of America’s healthiest and unhealthiest states.
Bulletin TodayBoomer retirees, either battered by a bad economy or just harboring a greater desire than their predecessors to age in place, are staying put and planning to work longer. Net migration to a group of counties across the country that are primarily retirement magnets falling 70 percent last year.