6/15/2014 – A new generation of ‘Golden Girls’ embrace communal living as they get older

Jun 15, 2014 Comments Off by

Most Americans would prefer to stay in their own homes or communities for as long as possible as they age, according to surveys. But this can be difficult, especially for people who find themselves single after a divorce or the death of a spouse. Today’s older adults often have higher mortgages and more debt than their parents did at the same age, and for many who had planned to retire, the recent recession decimated their 401(k) accounts and home equity.

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