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Caregivers slow to prepare for parents’ senior years

Craig Fitzgerald, 43, has been “super fortunate” when it comes to his mom’s health.

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Old, young work toward peace at home and abroad

Like old friends, they chatted, caught up and reminisced.

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Social Security would fund mid-life education, suggests author

With nearly 10,000 people a day turning 60 and the widespread fear they’ll eventually bankrupt Social Security, at times it can feel the United States is inevitably headed for a battle between young and old over how federal government dollars are spent.

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In terms of retirement readiness, Boston region is 10th in the U.S.

By Brian Goslow Boston residents rank 10th in re-tirement readiness, according to a study of the country’s 30 biggest metropolitan areas by Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Minneapolis-St. Paul ranked first, followed by Raleigh-Durham, N.C., and Nashville, Tenn. “Overall, Boston residents are doing well from a preparation standpoint,” the report stated. Over 75 percent have set […]

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Bay State strives to provide secure retirements

Bay State strives to provide secure retirements

Baby boomer “tsunami” catches state by surprise.

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For the good of us all: family searches for Alzheimer’s cure

For the good of us all: family searches for Alzheimer’s cure

As the years passed, he would see it again in other family members, including a horribly forgetful aunt, who put ice trays into the stove instead of the freezer.

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