The Retirement Research Foundation
Established in 1978 by John D. MacArthur. Funds programs that improve services and care for the elderly, dissertation research, and construction of facilities in the Chicago metropolitan area.
It's all in the name: Setting Priorities for Retirement Years. A research and education organization focusing on health and wellness, mental health, financial security and âlife engagementâ.
American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging
Represents 5,600 not-for-profit nursing homes, continuing care retirement communities, assisted living and senior housing facilities and community service organizations. A lobbying and certification agency.
Information about non-profit housing and services for seniors.
2 Young 2 Retire
The web site that asks âWhat are you doing with the rest of your life?â and gives â Ten ways to retire retirement â ( http://2young2retire.com/tenways.html )
Retirement Planning With Harmon W. McKinney , Jr.
Advice about retirement planning, including information about investments and pensions.
Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
Promotes research on retirement issues. Working papers back to 1999 available online.
University of Michigan Retirement Research Center
Access to retirement and Social Security research data. Newsletters available online.
The Retirement Project
The Urban Institute project analyzes what is in store for current and future retirees in America . Can our society sustain the current systems that support the retired population? Studies and reports provide objective, non-partisan information for policymakers.
Retire on Your Terms Education Program
Top Ten Ways to Prepare for Retirement. Sponsored by the National Retirement Planning Coalition.
Retirement Living Information Center
Resources for senior living. Comparisons of retirement communities,
taxes by state and state aging resources. Sign up for a free
For any retirement lifestyle: active, extended care, on the road
for a Secure Retirement
Devoted to educating women about retirement issues.” The
number one reason why retirement is a challenge for women workers
is: two out of three working women earn less than $30,000 a year.