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Co-housing offers people a way to age at home

by Danielle Prieur Jul 25, 2018
The American Association of Retired Persons estimates about three-quarters of people 45 and older want to stay in their homes as they age.  One way for them to do that is co-housing. It gives people the opportunity to live independently but…
One way to keep aging people in their homes longer is through co-housing. 
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To keep up with an aging generation, experts say senior living is being viewed more as hospitality

by Allison Lee Apr 18, 2018
The baby boomer generation is changing the way we think about senior living.
Marilyn Oliver (far left), 89, attends barre class with other Avanti Senior Living residents, in Houston.
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Millennials with "boom-mates" could ease the housing crunch

by Adam Allington Aug 8, 2017
Renting a room from an empty nester can save a young person thousands a year. The older generation gets something, too.
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As the workforce ages, companies rethink retirement

by , and Jul 28, 2017
More people and companies are looking at the benefits of a flexible approach to work.
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How to make the most of your side hustle

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 24, 2017
How 44 million Americans make the most of their spare time.
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Baby boomers begin mandatory retirement account withdrawals. Are they ready?

by Adam Allington May 29, 2017
Seventy and a half. That is the magic age that starts mandatory withdrawals from 401(k)s and other tax-deferred retirement accounts. The oldest members of the baby boom generation start hitting that age this year, and the milestone is expected to…

Baby boomer entrepreneurs hope co-op model will keep business going

by Sam Harnett May 3, 2017
Almost half of the country's privately-owned businesses are owned by Baby Boomers. What happens when they retire?
For 36 years Dan Knapp and Mary Lou Deventer have made money out of  other peoples' trash.
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Yeah, it’s all about your parents’ retirement

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Mar 30, 2017
We got some grim news from the Congressional Budget Office today. The CBO predicted that the budget deficit and government debt will more than triple during the next 30 years unless Congress and the White House change the laws on…
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Age shapes views on healthy food

by Annie Baxter Jan 3, 2017
Millennials and baby boomers have different approaches when it comes to healthy food.
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Sorry millennials, you're not the best start-up market

by Molly Wood Sep 6, 2016
Try a few generations older.
Start-up employees working at a tech incubator. 
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