True to form, Baby Boomers are redefining retirement too. The 76 million Americans born from 1946 to 1964 have driven major national trends in their lifetime and are living longer than any previous generation. Today, with the oldest of them having turned 60, some are already retired, or have been forced to retire, and many more are thinking seriously about retirement.
And there’s a lot to think about for the aging boomer:
• Do you want to retire outright and never work again? How many years do you need to keep working before you can realistically afford to do that?
Millions of people across the world have been under the spell of a young, British wizard for more than a decade now. On Friday (as early as midnight if you’re truly devoted and have no qualms about being tired at work on Friday morning), the last movie based on the Harry Potter book series will hit the screens of packed cinemas around the world.
Most of us love waking up on Christmas morning to a few shiny packages filled with surprising holiday goodies. But, the madhouse that is the holiday shopping season proves that most people enjoy giving gifts as well (or at least do so anyway).