25/65:
Age, money and the pursuit of wellness

A retired couple from California leaves their RV on the side of the road as they stop to fish off Spanish Harbor Key in Florida. (Photo: Flip Schulke | U.S. National Archives)

A retired couple from California leaves their RV on the side of the road as they stop to fish off Spanish Harbor Key in Florida. (Photo: Flip Schulke | U.S. National Archives)

 

How do the economic realities of today affect the way we plan our move into middle and old age?

What do Baby Boomers and Millennials have in common, as many members of both groups negotiate the new realities of work and living far different than they might have planned at a different time?

A “very fine” education…debt-free

When Mary Alice Harvey went to college, tuition was $25 per quarter ($300 in today's dollars). She, and many others of her generation, left school free of debt -- a situation few current college students can imagine.

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