When it comes to workplace matters, major age biases still seem to be the order of the day. Aging and retirement expert Phil Moeller advises a reader on finding employment in his 60s.
The annual trustee reports on Social Security and Medicare, released today, have become a doomsday clock for senior benefits.
By Philip Moeller
While few would question the need for making long-term financial retirement plans, there is relatively little formal emphasis on making long-term plans for combating loneliness and staying involved in multiple social activities.
By Roni Dengler
A new study from Sweden outlines which aspects of a healthy lifestyle predict independent living late in life.
"This is what we need to survive, not something we want, like a toaster oven," explains a reader.
In the haze that can accompany such surprises, don't just simply take COBRA and assume you're done with health insurance concerns, Philip Moeller advises.
By Danielle Venton and Jon Brooks, KQED Future of You
Searching for solutions to back pain can lead sufferers into an expensive and sometimes dangerous maze of ineffectual treatments, procedures and pills, journalist and investigative reporter Cathryn Jakobson Ramin found.
Location will become a more significant variable in later-life decisions. Here are several factors to consider when deciding where to settle down for your retirement years.
By Bruce Horovitz, Kaiser Health News
An assisted living facility in New York is helping their residents accomplish bucket list items like flying a plane and completing college.
By Philip Moeller
Medicare and Social Security are of critical importance in enabling older Americans to age in good physical and financial health. To support these broader goals, “Ask Phil” is expanding its mission to include your other questions about successful aging.
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