Who says senior travel is all about buses and buffets?! Check out these senior adventures. 7-day Alaskan Wildlife Cruise (www.eldertreks.com) 8-Day Northumberland Coast Castle Tour (www.50plusexpeditions.com) 11-Day Tour of Iceland (www.eldertreks.com) 13-Day Cruise along the Nile (www.rowadventures.com) 5-Day Lewis & Clark Expedition (www.rowadventures.com) Bon Voyage! #health #retirement #entertainment
Step #1: Examine Your Underlying Reasons For Wanting To Move Abroad Step #2: Take Out A Map Step #3: Research Residency Options Step #4: Decide What You Want To Do About Health Insurance Step #5: Get Good Tax Advice Step #6: Set Up a Virtual Office Step #7: Figure Out What To Do With All Your Stuff Step #8: Get On A Plane Step #9: Prepare For Panic For more information visit Live and Invest Overseas #retirement
What is it about: The conference is designed to assist the public and private sectors to be responsive to the needs of a diverse aging population and to promote the dignity and independence of and expand opportunities for current and future generations of older persons and their families. What are the issues that will be covered: Retirement Security Healthy Aging Long Term Services & Support Elder Justice How to get more information: Check out the website - http://whitehouse
Richard Eisenberg, October 1, 2014 Maybe you heard that Joan Rivers left a portion of her $150 million fortune to her four rescue pups, who are now living with her longtime assistant. Or that Lauren Bacall’s will said her dog, Sophie, would inherit $10,000 of her $26.6 million estate.
You might have even laughed when you heard the news.
But anyone who owns a pet or ever has understands exactly what Rivers and Bacall were doing — ensuring that their loved ones would be c
In the last five years Jim, 63, a former paper manufacturing executive from Seattle, and Jaylene, 62, a former schoolteacher, have camped in Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, retraced the route followed by 19th-century wagon trains, gone fly fishing in Colorado, visited the Alamo in Texas and relatives in Alabama, and devoured crawfish in Breaux Bridge, La. Along the way they have befriended hundreds of other R.V. aficionados who, as he put it, are also “living the drea
Are you looking for a housemate, but not a 'mate'? I read this article on how some older Americans are sharing a home, and the cost to maintain it, with others in the same situation. There is even a service that helps connect housemates. July 11, New York Times #retirement
There are some interesting findings from the The U.S. Census Bureau report using 2010 data. A few Post 50 highlights below, as well as graphs that show much more. The average 65-year-old woman can expect to live another 20.3 years (to roughly age 85) and the average 65-year-old man is forecasted to live another 17.7 years (to about age 83). The percentage of people 65 and older killed by heart disease dropped dramatically from 2000 (from 33 percent to 26.5 percent), but the
If you live in the United States, the federal government considers an individual a senior citizen at the age of 65, which some, most maybe, consider retirement age. Most governments use age 65 or higher for senior citizen status for pensions or other benefits. The AARP accepts members starting at age 50. Many businesses set their own age for senior citizen discounts, usually age 55 or older. #retirement
If you are getting a late start with retirement planning, it will be a challenge, but not impossible. I found this article on CNN Money website a good summary of how to get started. http://money.cnn.com/2013/03/13/pf/expert/retirement-savings.moneymag/ #retirement
Thursday, July 24, 2014, at 2 p.m. ET When you picture your retirement, what do you want it to look like? Do you want to be spending more time with friends and family, finding meaningful part-time or volunteer work, or traveling the globe? And most importantly, how can you make sure you have enough money to live the way you want? Join AARP’s Financial Security team for the 10 steps that will help you find your path to living the life you want—from managing your finances to ga