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5 Money Moves Baby Boomers Need to Make

As you slowly inch toward retirement, here are a few critical action items to focus on.
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At summer camp, baby boomers relive their youth with archery and show-and-tell


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News video: Millennials Use Public Libraries More Than Any Other Adult Generation

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With advancements in technology and internet access, who’s making the best use of public libraries? Maria Mercedes Galuppo (@mariamgaluppo) has more.
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World-renowned speaker and author Luis Palau will headline Fresno City Fest this weekend at the Savemart Center. Come listen to his inspiring message of love, faith, and hope for our future. It's free!
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Know the rules to avoid unnecessary taxes on inherited IRA

Over the next few decades, baby boomers are expected to leave about $30 trillion in assets to their children and grandchildren. If you're on the receiving end, make sure it is a blessing as intended,..
Newsday

Chicago law schools consider accepting GRE as test alternative to LSAT

In a move that shirks a tradition as old as baby boomers, law schools around the country are starting to consider accepting an admission test other than the LSAT. And Chicago-area schools are watching..
ChicagoTribune

Let's free up family houses by building more retirement homes

let's free up family houses by building more retirement homes
There is nowhere near enough housing stock; we’re all agreed on that. But could building homes for Baby Boomers – born after the Second World War and currently moving through retirement – be the..
City A.M.

You've just inherited a million dollars. Now what?

As baby boomers pass their wealth on their children, the younger generation needs to be prepared.
Delawareonline

Commercial Real Estate Expert Nick Nicholas Announces The 2017-18 CRE® Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate

Commercial real estate expert Nick Nicholas, CRE, CCIM, MAI provides insight into the most important issues currently affecting real estate investment decisions. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 23,..
PRWeb

Retiring baby boomers face some issues in next life phase

As hundreds of thousands of boomers retire each year, Americans brace for a shift in the economy
bizjournals

Whites Are The Slowest Growing US Group; Will Lose Majority Around 2040

whites are the slowest growing us group; will lose majority around 2040
The median age in most areas of the US is rising, while the population is growing more diverse, according to Census Bureau data released Thursday. America’s median age - the age where half of the..
Zero Hedge

For Seniors, Senate Health Care Bill Is Even Worse Than The House Version

The Senate health care bill released Thursday closely mirrors what the House narrowly approved in May. Some analysts called it a tempered version of the House bill  ― which President Donald Trump..
Huffington Post

Millennials are about to benefit from 'one of the largest intergenerational wealth transfers in history'

millennials are about to benefit from 'one of the largest intergenerational wealth transfers in history'
Millennials matter.  That's the thesis of a white paper out by UBS. According to the Swiss bank, Wall Street is at the precipice of a massive transfer of wealth, the likes of which has never been..
Business Insider

Millennials want to put their wealth to work for the greater good

millennials want to put their wealth to work for the greater good
Millennials are more connected and aware of global issues than ever, which is changing the way they approach investing their wealth. According to a new UBS report, millennials as a generation..
Business Insider

Millennials Are Using Public Libraries More Than Any Other Generation

Most likely to prioritize avocado toast over home ownership. Most likely to hate cereal. Millennials get stuck with the most grating superlatives, but according to a Pew Research Center report from..
Huffington Post

Percent Increase in Telecommuting since 2005, According to FlexJobs & Global Workplace Analytics Report

The 2017 State of Telecommuting in the U.S. Employee Workforce Report Is The Most Up-To-Date and Comprehensive Report on Prevalence, Growth, and Trends in Telecommuting Boulder, CO (PRWEB) June 22,..
PRWeb

Silvernest Raises $1.3 Million to Enable Home Sharing for Boomers

Financing will be used to scale business and fuel product development Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) June 22, 2017 Silvernest, a unique online roommate-matching service for boomers and empty nesters, has..
PRWeb

ROSENBERG: The most important event of the past year was neither Brexit nor Trump's win

rosenberg: the most important event of the past year was neither brexit nor trump's win
Anyone who turned 70 in the past year reached a milestone with more significance than Britain's vote to leave the European Union.  That's according to David Rosenberg, the chief economist at..
Business Insider

Heritage Senior Living plans more growth, founder says

Heritage Senior Living founder Milo Pinkerton discussed the coming need for more assisted living facilities as the oldest baby boomers advance in age. He also addressed how his company will keep..
bizjournals

Nearly half of baby boomers manage finances for their parents, but they're going it alone

New e-book from Holiday Retirement addresses financial caregiving and provides tips for managing senior finances
Marketwired

35 Percent of Baby Boomers Have Switched Doctors in the Past Two Years

35 percent of baby boomers have switched doctors in the past two years
LEHI, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Twenty percent of boomer patients are somewhat likely to change physicians in the next few years, following findings that 35 percent have already switched in the last two..
Business Wire

Baby boomers divided by property inflation effect

People in their 60s reap benefits of housing boom, says Resolution Foundation
FT.com


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