Cuba's Raul Castro mentions possible retirement Cuban President Raul Castro today unexpectedly raised the possibility of leaving his post, saying he is old and has a right to retire. But he did not say when he might do so or if such a move was imminent. More
Baby Boomers Facing Retirement Crunch Baby Boomers and retirement – it’s a tough subject for anyone in the financial planning business. After working most of their lives, Baby Boomers want it all in retirement: travel, dining out, owning two cars and multiple homes. And they want to do ... 08/26/2015 - 10:04 pm | View Link
Baby Boomers May Be in More Financial Trouble Than Previously Believed Furthermore, the average profile of a baby boomer in the 29% shows they have just $1,000 in financial ... Getting boomers back on track Despite this margin for error, the GAO's retirement study demonstrates that the struggle boomers could be facing in ... 07/11/2015 - 9:02 pm | View Link
3 hard retirement truths facing Baby Boomers Let's take a look at three retirement truths facing Baby Boomers, according to the TCRS report ... the majority need employment for financial reasons. In fact, 34% say they haven't saved enough, 19% want the income, and 9% need health benefits. 03/20/2015 - 10:30 pm | View Link
Baby Boomers and the Dilemma of Facing Retirement The fact is that this is a transition that is not always as serene as many boomers envision such an experience will be. A report released by Ameriprise Financial on February 3, 2015 released the results of its findings of those more than 1000 baby boomers ... 02/18/2015 - 9:42 pm | View Link
Scots baby boomers facing low-income retirement SCOTLAND’S “baby boomers” are heading for a financial crisis in retirement as the savings shortfall among those nearing their state pension age continues to widen. Half of Scots aged between 49 and 68 are less optimistic about securing a financially ... 03/2/2014 - 10:26 pm | View Link
What are Baby Boomers? | HRZone Baby Boomers definition Baby boomers are people born, according to the US Census Bureau, between the years 1946 and 1964, although the precise window varies. 10/21/2016 - 3:09 am | View Website
The Baby Boomers Webplace Please Share Your Thoughts! The whole purpose of The Baby Boomers Webplace is to give our generation a web-based community for 10/19/2016 - 7:10 pm | View Website
Marketing to Baby Boomers – Brent Green & Associates Inc. Why market to Boomers today? 77% of all accumulated private wealth, half of all consumer spending, and $15 trillion in financial assets. Somewhere between Woodstock ... 10/19/2016 - 6:34 pm | View Website
Top 5 Problems Facing Baby Boomers | Huffington Post Many baby boomers, that group referring to post World War II born approximately between the years 1946-1964, has the lowest rate of poverty among all age ... 10/22/2015 - 12:13 am | View Website
Retirement Planning: Baby Boomers Facing Crunch-Time Baby Boomers and retirement – it’s a tough subject for anyone in the financial planning business. After working most of their lives, Baby Boomers want it all in ... 08/27/2015 - 5:01 am | View Website
The 2016-2017 NBA season is upon us, with the New York Knicks and Cleveland Cavaliers kicking things off Thursday at Quicken Loans Arena in Ohio. Later Thursday, the Utah Jazz face off against the Portland Trail Blazers in Oregon, while a matchup of Western Conference heavyweights rounds out Opening Night as the San Antonio Spurs take on the Golden State Warriors in Oakland.
It's been four long months since LeBron James tearfully hoisted the Larry O'Brien Trophy, and lots of big names have changed jerseys this offseason.
Writer Paul Beatty became the first U. S. author to win the Man Booker Prize on Tuesday, in recognition of his critically acclaimed 2015 novel, The Sellout. The novel is set in Beatty's hometown of Los Angeles, and, per BBC's recap, "tells the story of a young black man who tries to reinstate slavery and racial segregation." The five judges unanimously chose Beatty's book as the winner ahead of five other finalists.
The chair of the judges, Amanda Foreman, hailed Beatty's racial satire for managing to "eviscerate every social taboo" and displaying "an absolutely savage wit" akin to that of Jonathan Swift or Mark Twain.