I recently came across an article on AARP.com that I thought would be important for baby boomers to read.
The message: keep saving for retirement.
The article noted that many people who could be saving are not doing so.
One study cited in the article showed only one-third of people aged 50 and older have not saved for retirement. But it is never too late.
An important method for saving for retirement is taking advantage of employer savings plans such as 401(k) plans, according to the story.
The article also suggested taking advantage of financial seminars such as those run by the AARP Foundation. The study showed those who took the courses were able to cut spending and pay down debt better than those who had not taken such courses.
Another study cited in the article showed more disturbing news: American teens are less financially literate than youths from other nations.
Maybe our children are following in our footsteps. That may not be such a good thing.