What Have I Done? Baby Boomers Reveal Their Deepest Financial Regrets

By Tim Sprinkle at The Exchange June 24, 2013 Over 50, underfunded, and ill-prepared for retirement. Unfortunately, that’s an all-too-common scenario for the Baby Boomer generation – those born between 1946 and 1964 — many of whom are still smarting from the economic downturn and are now looking back at their earlier financial choices with regret. Should they have bought that house at the height of the housing bubble? Should they have taken out that student loan? Should they have pursued a higher-paying career field? But doubts like these are just part of the new reality for today’s Boomers, says Stan … Continue reading What Have I Done? Baby Boomers Reveal Their Deepest Financial Regrets