Top 5 Social Media Tools to Plan Your Retirement

The fastest growing group on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter is not 20-somethings but their elderly counterparts, the G.I. generation, among whom social networking has quadrupled since 2008, according to the Pew Research Center. And with a struggling economy and longer life expectancies, what's on the mind of this generation is more than just photo-sharing, wall-posting and 'poking,' but considering their savings, investments and assets.

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The fastest growing group on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter is not 20-somethings but their elderly counterparts, the G.I. generation, among whom social networking has quadrupled since 2008, according to the Pew Research Center. And with a struggling economy and longer life expectancies, what’s on the mind of this generation is more than just photo-sharing, wall-posting and ‘poking,’ but considering their savings, investments and assets.

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