Laura Lee tells us here about making major lifestyle changes in retirement.
Here in California, I see a lot of folks struggling to retire young. I do mean struggling, and young is a relative term these days. I wrote about this not too long ago. Even if you’re not ready to retire yet, the day will come, and faster than you think. Check it out and learn from their lessons.
Here’s some wise counsel on giving to help victims of the Orlando massacre.nOn The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about tips for those who want to give money to help victims of the Orlando tragedy. Find that here.
Do research, understand how your donation will be used, and find out if the charity is registered by a state agency. In addition, contributions that are donor-restricted to help a specific individual/family aren’t deductible in the U.S. as charitable donations, even if the recipient organization is a charity.
And who could let Father’s Day go by without a mention?
This week in honor of Father’s Day, Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting reposts an oldie but goodie, reminiscing about her father in Happy Father’s Day, Dad.
Finally, Rita Robison offers facts and figures for Father’s Day. For example, consumers are expected to spend an average $126 for the holiday, up from last year’s $116. And there are 70.1 million fathers in America, with 1.9 million of those being single fathers.
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