Roger Whitney

I’m the host of the award-winning retirement podcast, the Retirement Answer Man podcast, author of the book Rock Retirement, and a practicing advisor walking life with people over age 50 transitioning into retirement. I’ve found most retirement planning reduces your life to a simple math problem. Your generation is likely going to live longer, be more active and have more financial responsibility than any previous generation. As a result, traditional math-focused planning usually generates a series of unappealing, limiting choices. After years of practical research, I developed the Agile Retirement Management process focused on helping people think more creatively about their life and having the right little conversations about life and money. There’s a place for investments, equations and spreadsheets—as long as they support your life and goals, and not the other way around.

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Longevity And Retirement: 8 Great Habits To Rock Life As You Age

by Roger Whitney ContributorRetirement - Forbes 25 Oct. 2019 You are your habits. Every single one of us has habits that impact our lives, but they’re not always good ones. Smoking cigarettes is a habit, after all,...

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Rich McKay | April 3, 2018                                                                                                     Fonte: IBM INdustries Fifty percent of the entire U.S. workforce will be ready to retire in the next five to ten...

Il tè verde fa bene alla salute del cervello

Uno studio recente condotto da ricercatori della National University of Singapore rivela che le regioni cerebrali di chi assume regolarmente tè verde sono meglio organizzate, il che...

Il nuovo business della longevity

From co-housing to sexuality, population aging is translating the most significant demographic phenomenon of recent history into a source of new business Dal co-housing alla sessualità,...

Can we live longer but stay younger?

Adam Gopnick per il New York Times, in seguito pubblicato su The New Yorker. Aging, like bankruptcy in Hemingway’s description, happens two ways, slowly and then...