Time Management Questions for Near-Retirees

Help clients think more about positively about their post-retirement lifestyle by asking how they use their time. (By Dave Buck)

Dallas Is Dining’s New Boom Town

The city is enjoying a surge of new wealth — and a dining scene pumped up by the arrival of several high-end national restaurant groups.

It’s Not Your Imagination: First Class Is Getting Bigger

Does it seem like that long walk back to economy class goes past more and more rows of cushy premium seats? You may be right.

Moving Is a Monumental Task for Many Older Americans. These Organizers Can Help

They will sort and organize belongings, work with a moving company and use a floor plan to determine what can fit where in the new residence.

Aging-In-Place Planning Can’t Wait

Home planning for clients’ later years must be a go-to topic for financial advisors.

The Secrets to Avoiding Post-Retirement Loneliness

An “epidemic” of loneliness is impacting physical and mental health, warns the U.S. Surgeon General.

Multiple Acts for ‘A Man Called Otto’ Co-Star

Actor Peter Lawson Jones, 70, remains an active lawyer and thinks he’d like to be an ambassador in his 80s.

Retired Wall Streeter, 82, Inspires Super-agers

Jim Owen got fit at 70 and now motivates others to live strong, healthy lives. You can too.

Author Offers Advice for Life’s Second Half

Michael Clinton, author of “ROAR,” tackles ageism and says financial advisors must also change how they serve older clients.  

Downsizing Guru: ‘Keep the Memories, Lose the Stuff’

Matt Paxton, host of PBS’s “Legacy List,” says advisors can help motivate clients stuck in downsizing inertia.

Economy Unites Multigenerational Roommates

Tenants can provide retirees with supplemental income, companionship and assistance with everyday tasks.

The Fastest-Growing Metro Area is For Seniors

How a landlocked swampland in Florida became an amenity-rich development that fosters independent living.

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Large Advisory Team Joins Commonwealth

A long-time Securities America advisory firm with nearly $465 million in assets under management has joined Commonwealth Financial.

Schwab: Debt-Ceiling Woes Shouldn’t Intimidate Investors

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A new study of nearly a half-million midlife and older adults found it may increase depression and anxiety.

Advisor Growth Curbed By Psychological Factors: FPA

A study by the FPA and Janus Henderson finds psychological and other reasons stand in the way of financial advisors' AUM growth.