A recent survey shows 60 percent of Americans are “very” or “somewhat” confident about having enough money to live comfortably during retirement, but only 41 percent admit to crunching the numbers to see how much they will need. CBS News business anaylst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS This Morning” to offer practical tips for retirement planning.
Doug and Lisa Kasefang are a married couple in their 50s who sold nearly all of their possessions to buy an RV and travel full-time while taking seasonal jobs to make ends meet. Their lifestyle, known as “workamping,” is growing popular among people reaching traditional retirement age. For those considering taking it up, TODAY financial […]
The Secret to a Longer, Healthier and More Active Life Are you still searching for the fountain of youth? You may have already found out that it isn’t in a pill you can buy at the pharmacy, it isn’t the trendy superfood du jour, and it certainly isn’t available for $59.99 on a late-night infomercial. […]
Major Medicare Changes that May Affect You in 2017 Thousands of Americans use Medicare as their health insurance. This joint federal and state program helps ensure that individuals can have access to medical benefits when they need them the most. While beneficiaries of Medicare are typically individuals over the age of 65, people with disabilities […]
Top 10 U.S. Cities for Aging in Place Simply living in a house does not make it a home. Over your lifetime, you have surely lived in a city or even a specific house that just never felt like you belonged there. As your golden years approach, it is important to find a place that […]