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Early Retirement Can Accelerate Cognitive Decline

arly retirement can accelerate cognitive decline among the elderly, according to research conducted by faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York. 

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What Does The Debt Limit Problem Mean For Social Security, Medicare?

The U.S. government on Thursday ran up against its legal borrowing capacity of $31.381 trillion, and the Treasury Department began implementing “extraordinary measures” to avoid a default.

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Economic Insecurity: Anxious Older Adults Try to Cope With Limited Budgets

Economic insecurity is upending the lives of millions of older adults as soaring housing costs and inflation diminish the value of fixed incomes.

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How To Create A Retirement Paycheck That Lasts

Saving and investing for retirement may actually be easier than deciding how to safely spend what you’ve accumulated. Withdraw too much and you could run out of money.

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‘True Cost of Aging’ Index Shows Many Can’t Afford Basic Necessities

Fran Seeley, 81, doesn’t see herself as living on the edge of a financial crisis. But she’s uncomfortably close. Each month, Seeley, a retired teacher, gets $925 from Social Security and a $287 disbursement from an individual retirement account.

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Older People Fret Less About Aging In Place

Aging in one’s own home, or with family or a close friend, is a widely held aspiration, with 88 percent of adults 50 and older saying it’s their goal in an earlier AP-NORC poll. 

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