Kadlec's latest is A New Purpose: Redefining Money, Family, Work,Retirement, and Success

Dan Kadlec

Dan Kadlec is a journalist and author who has written extensively about baby boomers, personal finance, the economy and financial education for TIME, Money, CBS and USA Today among others. He has appeared on Oprah, CNBC, CNN, and all the major networks. His most recent book is A New Purpose: Going From Success to Significance in Work and Life. Follow him on Twitter @dankadlec. He has a B.A. from Marquette University and lives with his wife in the New York City area. They have three adult children. Read more about Dan at dankadlec.com

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Retirement Relevance: 8 Ways to Stay Hip Without Embarrassing Yourself

What makes a person old? Is it their decreasing mobility and slumping posture? The bad hearing and regimen of medications? Physical attributes certainly may be part of the answer, especially for folks who resist exercise, diets, and procedures that could forestall decline.

But too often old age isn’t something that is forced upon …

Workers Revolt: Forget Stocks, Give Me Lifetime Income!

The do-it-yourself retirement has largely failed. Swapping traditional pensions for 401(k) plans sounded good while markets were roaring. But 15 years of choppy returns has brought us full circle: Most workers now say no benefit would be more valuable than guaranteed retirement income.

Four in five employees would forfeit at least 5% …

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