The 2018 Retirement Confidence Survey (RCS) conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and research firm Greenwald & Associates, found that only 32% of retirees are very confident in their ability to live comfortably throughout retirement . But what does that mean for the remaining 68% of retirees who are less confident? Equally important, what does it mean ...
The role of being a caregiver often happens by default: A parent or older loved one falls and cannot live alone anymore. Or during a visit, you notice an empty refrigerator or unopened mail piling up at a senior’s house.
Not having the money you need is no reason not to retire to the location you find most tempting. In today's world, it is easier than it's ever been to go where you want and have the money follow, regardless of your schooling, experience, age, budget, or any other circumstances.