When we asked people 65 and over how important is curiosity in continuing to learn new things, 97% said it was essential. Now that's a good thing.
"Increased longevity changes everything," Joseph Coughlin, director of the AgeLab at MIT, told Yahoo Finance. "It is not just about more time, it adds more complexity."
Jean Chatzky and career strategist Kerry Hannon discuss how older adults can redefine their work lives
Forty-seven percent of Americans are finding themselves unprepared for retirement, according to a study by Boston College's Center for Retirement Research.
“We don't even include Social Security in our clients’ retirement income plans until they are ‘actually’ taking it.”