Many Boomers Are Turning to Smart Homes
Active adult communities may not be for everyone. Many retirees instead prefer to find the perfect house for their needs and lifestyle. If the ideal retirement home cannot be found in one's community of choice or the possibility of creating a personalized home is too appealing to ignore, many turn their thoughts toward building a new home.
Florida: A Retirement Tradition
Over 400,000 retirees flocked to Florida retirement communities in 2005, triple the number of people who moved to Arizona or California. But the Sunshine State hasn't always been so popular.
Be a Road Scholar Because a New Adventure Awaits
If the term elder hostel brings to mind a bunch of gray-haired hippies wandering around Europe while lugging a backpack, you are behind the times. Today's elder hostels are well-planned, well-organized educational and cultural opportunities.
Colorado: An Active Adult & Retirement Playground
From the Great Plains to the Rocky Mountains and everywhere in between, Colorado has something for nearly any retiree. Offering great skiing, hiking, camping, golfing and fishing, Colorado is a playground for active adults.
Should You Start a Business or Take a Part-Time Job in Retirement?
There comes a time in just about every retired person's life when they have gotten all those projects on their to-do list done. They have enjoyed those long, leisurely mornings over coffee and the newspaper and they have done all the traveling that they want to do right now. For many retirees, it is time to get back to work.