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David Lerner Associates : Ready for Retirement?
In 2011 the first wave of baby boomers hit the traditional retirement age of 65. Over the next 19 years another 10,000 baby boomers will turn 65 every day, according to the Pew Research Center

David Lerner Associates: Millennials vs. Boomers Gap
There is a generation chasm between Millennials and Baby Boomers. Their use of technology and their choice in music and culture may be very different. But there is one area in which they are not so different: financial planning.

Boomers Saddled with Rising Debt Face a Tough Retirement
The patterns and type of debt amongst older Americans has changed significantly over the past few years. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the average 65 year old borrower has more debt than 65 year olds had in 2003.

Boomers and Debt
Debt is not something to take lightly. Patterns in debt and the type of debt that an older generation is finding itself in has changed over the past few years. In fact, it seems that Boomers are more in debt than they were 13 years ago.

3 Tips for Boomers and Life Insurance
Many boomers have a lot to think about especially when it comes to taking care of their loved ones once they pass on.

Lessons Boomers Could Learn From Millennials
There is a tendency of older, wiser folk to dismiss the views of a younger generation. However, Millennials may be able to teach Boomers some valuable lessons about how to manage money.

Baby Boomers and Retirement
The average pre-retirement Baby Boomer does not have enough savings for their retirement years and one third of Americans have no retirement savings at all.

Smart Retirement Strategies for Boomers
If you are one of the 76 million Baby Boomers with retirement just around the corner, it would be wise to take stock of your situation and make sure that you'll not be in for a horrible surprise come retirement day.

Make Your Retirement Planning Count
Most Americans who are saving for their retirement have the better part of 30 years to prepare. But the average pre-retirement Baby Boomer does not have enough savings for their retirement years, and one third of Americans have no retirement savings at all.

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