If you hope to live independently at home or in the community of your choice, surrounded by the people you love and doing the activities you enjoy, start planning today.
A retirement plan is not just about money. It is also about figuring out how you want to spend all your newfound free time. This article from Kiplinger’s is a good place to start.
The AARP poses six questions everyone considering retirement should ask themselves and the steps they can take for a happy retirement.
Whether you are 10 years from retirement or have a different timeframe — or even if you are retired — this booklet from the U.S. Department of Labor will help you to unravel the mysteries of retirement as you make plans for your future.
The Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) is dedicated to the education and advocacy that will improve long-term financial quality of life for women.
A compilation of information and resources for people looking ahead to retirement as well as those people who are in their retirement years.
Iowa State University’s Extension and Outreach has developed workshops, brochures, videos and other resources to help you make informed decisions about retirement.