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There Are More Older Americans in the Workforce Than Ever Before, Pew Says

Instead of enjoying retirement, Americans 65 and older are increasingly participating in the labor force.

Lydia Belanger

You Can't Lead Your Business Forever

Maybe it's now, maybe it's later but eventually you need to think about a transition plan.

Bob Coen

6 Keys To Unlock The Golden Years

Because after working all your life, you must know how to relax.

Rahul Gupta

If You Want to Live Longer, Keep Working, Study Suggests. Or, You Know, Start a Business After You Retire.

'It may not apply to everybody, but we think work brings people a lot of economic and social benefits that could impact the length of their lives,' researcher says.

Want to Keep Your Brain 10 Years Younger? Regular Exercise May Help.

Reason number 921 to get off your duff: New research indicates that routinely breaking a sweat can lead to sharper thinking.

Peyton Manning Is a Legend Going Out on Top -- the Way it Should Be

Anyone in a thriving career can learn from the quarterback's decision to retire right after a second Super Bowl win.

Matt Mayberry

This Entrepreneur Built a $20 Million Empire That Redefines 'Retirement'

Do you really want to retire, i.e., play golf? Or, would you rather parlay your time into the projects that are your passion?

Eric Siu

Retired Executive Finds Second Career Giving Back to His Community With Kona Ice

This South Carolina man owns his own shaved ice truck and loves to help out local schools with part of his proceeds.

Erin Schultz

It's Never Too Late to Invest Wisely. Just Don't Raid Your Retirement Funds.

Want to give your investment portfolio a boost? Do what other successful entrepreneurs do.

Sujan Patel

Forget Retirement. Baby Boomers Are Looking to Franchising to Stay Active.

With 22 percent of boomers having less than $100,000 of retirement savings, many will opening their own business for financial security and a purposeful later stage of life.

David Nilssen

Want to Leave a Lasting Legacy? Read This.

As departing CEO, you will leave a legacy -- but will it be the one you desire?

Patrick Proctor