While it is fun to think of 50 as the new 30--as the youngest of the baby boomers tend to be healthier and more youthful than they viewed the age of 50 when they were younger--it is an age with many financial challenges. You may be looking at high education costs as kids go off to school or finding that those childern you spent a great deal of money on for their education are not quite ready to go off on their own. In addition to those responsibilities you may have worries regarding aging parent care. Or perhpas 50 crept up on you and you are not nearly as prepared for retirement as you would like.
It is time to get your financial ducks in a row. Here are 10 things to think about.