Knowledge really is power. That why we suggest doing some homework online. The Internet is rich with retirement glossaries, dictionaries, and more; these two websites will give your studies a head start.
First up is www.usa.gov/Topics/Seniors.shtml. Resources and topics on this official page include money, housing, health, and yes, education for seniors.
For sheer breadth, you can’t beat this aggregation of resources created by Medicare:
www.medicare.gov/Contacts/staticpages/senior-websites.aspx. This single page has links to
~ The Administration on Aging (AOA):
~ The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP);
~ The National Council on the Aging) NCOA;
~ The National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (CDC); and
~ The National Institute of Health (NIH) Senior Health website that features information on everything from balancing your checkbook to balancing your life.