Since the market collapsed in 2008, plenty retirement-planning Baby Boomers have reconsidered their plans. And many recent retirees have been forced back to work. The old social contract is eroding, and the implications are scary.
A National Park Service report says visitors to the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore along Lake Michigan spent more than $63 million in nearby communities during 2010, helping support more than 650 jobs.Park Superintendent Constantine Dillon tells the Post-Tribune of Merrillville that surve
While the U.S. economy has struggled in the last decade, South America's has thrived. And as the U.S. deals with near record poverty, South American countries are ramping up social spending and broadening their safety nets. For the first time, it looks like the U.S.