Fifty Five+ · Retirement Resources

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Use our collection of books, databases and websites to make informed decisions for retirement planning.


Newspaper & Magazine Articles

Magazines and newspapers (such as AARP, Your Money, and the Wall Street Journal) are a great source of reliable, up-to-the-minute information about retirement planning. To access cover-to-cover versions of these magazines, have your library card number and PINhandy and visit the following resources:

  • ProQuest. Full-text articles from thousands of magazines and newspapers, including The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.
  • MasterFile Premier. Full-text articles from thousands of magazines covering virtually every subject area of general interest.

Retirement Planning Websites

Access websites that offer retirement planning information on topics ranging from 401(k) plans to information about social security. Here are some that we particularly like:

You'll find more retirement-related websites in Sites by Subject and Government Resources, directories of websites maintained by library staff.


Recommended Reading & Viewing

There are many titles in our collection about a wide range of retirement-related issues. Here are some titles to get you started:

To find more titles, try searching our catalog with one of these subject headings:


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