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Senior living options – to stay or to go?

Should you age in place or move to a senior living facility, and if the latter, which one? Westfair eldercare columnist Abbe Udochi, CEO and geriatric care manager at Concierge Healthcare Consulting in New Rochelle, helps you sort through the possibilities.

Study finds majority of women 50 and up have experienced age...

66% reported being subjected to age discriminatory practices.

Fed and AARP report: Small firms owned by older...

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York and AARP have released a report that shows not all is well among older entrepreneurs as the...

Conn. joins lawsuit over Trump’s Obamacare exec order

"It is infuriating that these assaults will not stop,” said Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Connecticut health care industry blasts ‘Trumpcare’ plan

Facing the loss of millions in dollars and a wave of newly uninsured, hospitals and other providers question their ability to serve patients under the American Health Care Act.

SBA and AARP hold event for entrepreneurs over 50

Entrepreneurship training sessions will be held Friday in Manhattan for people over 50 who are looking to expand their business or start a new one.

AARP: Small businesses back state retirement savings option

More than 60 percent of respondents to a Connecticut AARP survey say they support a state-led retirement savings plan.

Workshop Jan. 30 for entrepreneurs over 50

AARP to provide resources for encore entrepreneurs.

Column: Elder care emerging as workplace issue

As baby boomers age, work/life balance takes on new meaning, with important implications for business.

AARP hosts entrepreneur workshops

Baby boomers looking for the next phase of employment may want to look in the mirror.

Picking up the tab

No one can predict what will happen in New York state regarding filial responsibility laws, but planning could avoid having to make painful, crisis-driven choices in the future.

WorkPlace Platform to Employment program goes national

Over the next several months, The WorkPlace will launch replication P2E sites that will work specifically with unemployed veterans and individuals over the age of 50 in 10 U.S. cities.

Conn. trims Aetna AARP hike

Connecticut trimmed Aetna Inc.’s request for a 12 percent premium increase on a health plan provided to AARP members.

Job search 101

Job hunters young and old alike are still in the spotlight entering September.

In the field

Pitney Bowes showed off its new global technology center in Danbury, and other news across Fairfield County.