Finding a Retirement Planner
Wondering how much to save, or when to start saving, or if you will have enough to retire are all common questions that retirees ask themselves. However, having an expert by their side to guide them through the retirement planning process can ease the stress.
Household Items You Should Never Pay Full Price For
There are lots of ways to spend less on everyday necessities that most people don't even realize. Here are some shopping tips on ways to get the best bang for your buck on necessary items.
8 Best Places for Single Men and Women to Retire
Many 55+ communities are designed to cater to not only couples, but singles as well, in order to offer an inclusive and friendly setting. The active adult lifestyle is not limited to just one type, so discover which community fits you best!
Heritage Hunt HOA Wins 2015 "Humanitarian of the Year" Award
For the 4th time since 2002, Heritage Hunt's Homeowner's Association brings home the "Humanitarian of the Year" award. This active adult community deserves a pat on the back for doing the most good.
Retire in Charming Connecticut
Although Connecticut may be one of the most expensive states when compared to other retirement destinations, active adults can still find some great qualities living in the Constitution State. Retirees who choose to settle in this beautiful New England environment also love being close to family and friends.
Life in Retirement: The 1950s vs. Today
Each decade has ways we remember it. The 50s are remembered in part as a time of technological advancements and the rise of the American dream. So, was retirement in the 1950s better than retirement today?
When to Stop Saving and Start Spending
When is the right time to stop saving for retirement and start spending? It's not always cut-and-dry, and there are lots of factors to consider. Keep reading to better understand the math behind retirement spending.
Should I Renovate or Buy Turnkey?
The question of renovating versus buying a new home has a different answer for everyone. It all comes down to what you're looking for and what makes the most sense long-term, and it's important to weigh all of your options.
Unique Communities for Unique Lifestyles
The ever-popular resort-style active adult community doesn't fit everyone's needs and interests. Here are some niche retirement communities across America that cater to different active adult lifestyles.
Where to Retire if You Love Summer
Whether you've experienced and had enough of four-season climates or just hate the idea of cold weather, then you should consider retiring somewhere warm and sunny year-round. Here are some places that might keep you warm and happy.