Early retirement is a dream for many working Americans that can quickly become a nightmare if you’re not paying attention.
If you’ve walked into a ski lodge the past few years, likely as not you’ve seen tables filled with gray-haired skiers wearing sweaters so old they’re back in style.
You may notice some changes at the office — your coworkers are getting younger, but change can be a good thing.
If you think “traditional” when you think baby boomers, think again. They’re not only bringing home the bacon, they’re also going out and having someone else fry it up in the pan.
The Colorado housing market is hot. Prices are high and interest rates are low. Baby boomers are taking advantage of this time to downsize.
Ski executives from Colorado and Wyoming say their resorts must adapt to lure a new generation of snow riders and to attract visitors in summer as well as winter.
CBS4 has begun a weekly series focusing on issues facing baby boomers. First up — their health and the milestone that no other generation has reached.
Baby boomers are downsizing their homes but upgrading their living space.
It’s a simple blood test for a disease that’s a silent killer, but a test few people have done. And, as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, baby boomers are the group targeted for testing.
There’s a growing force behind health care — baby boomers. As boomers close in on retirement, they’re signing on as volunteers and helping others break down barriers.