My latest CNBC.com story examines retirement coaches, who can help new or soon-to-be retirees make the non-financial choices regarding life after career.
NextAvenue.org, a new, broad-interest website targeting Baby Boomers, went live today. The publication seeks to be for Boomers what Sesame Street is for toddlers. It may not be brought to you by the letter of the day or touch on potty training, but the publication discusses math (personal finance), learning (tips on picking up foreign languages), attention to feelings (family and relationships), as well as health and well-being, personal reinvention, work, retirement, travel and style, and home and gardening.
Speaking of jobs and travel, NextAvenue published my story on middle-aged folks finding work abroad. Please take a look when you have a chance!
Here’s my new piece for cnbc.com on the financial implications of starting (or adding to) a family in middle age. Unlike younger parents, fortysomethings with babies will hit retirement age about the same time their tots are ready for college. The story marks my expansion into personal-finance coverage.