It appears that some of those Top 10 or Top 100 lists of best cities for retirees are better than others.
Two-thirds of economists surveyed say consumers' attitudes have changed for good. But there are still skeptics.
41% are helping support young adult offspring, but they still expect their kids to do as well or better than they did, survey finds.
Economic woes have accelerated a trend toward multigenerational households that began in 1980.
One article argues that their attitudes are what's needed in a new economy, but another thinks they can't adapt.
Even if you're in your 50s, it's not too late to get started.
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