Delaying retirement may make financial sense, but poor health and age bias make working longer impossible for many.
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The latest venture for the 88-year-old actress is a line of hoodies with earbuds. Maybe respect for her will rub off on the rest of us.
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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.
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