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Kiplinger's Retirement Report
In a new twist, some travel companies are adding exercise and culinary lessons to travel expeditions aimed at older foodies.
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Retirees can create, bond and entertain in a song-filled setting featuring professional conductors.
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Tips for collecting and organizing precious photos, movies and memories.
Whether you do it yourself or hire a pro, letting go of unneeded possessions is liberating for you and your heirs.
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Many women over 50 are discovering the rejuvenating properties of vacationing with female friends.
Foodie travelers have a menu of choices ranging from culinary cruises, cooking courses and winery tours.
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Forget all those "best places to retire" lists: For some retirees, the top retirement destination is the place where their grandkids reside.
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A 'living funeral' provides an opportunity for the terminally ill to gather with close friends and relatives to share memories and stories.
Getting help to handle small tasks can make a big difference for those who are juggling work and caregiving.
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If advance planning didn't do the trick, hiring a professional mediator can help settle a family feud.
Take a “voluntourism” trip and you’ll see the world from a fresh perspective.
Narrow your choices by doing online research, and then plan to visit in person before settling on a new locale.
Traveling alone doesn't have to be a lonely experience.
'Grand travel' creates memories of a lifetime for both generations.
Cutting your lodging costs can stretch your travel dollar.
Fitness-minded travelers do everything from biking and Nordic walking to pilates and yoga.
When one spouse oversees the finances, make sure the other knows all the details.