No Social Security COLA in 2016: Higher Medicare Premiums for Your Clients
Center for Retirement Research points out that some retirees will bear the brunt of higher Medicare Part B premiums due to their higher income.
Northern Trust Hires Ex-Mercer Exec, Behavioral Finance Expert
Northern Trust Asset Management has hired former Mercer and World Bank executives to help build out its retirement solutions business.
Workers More Serious About Their 401(k)s Than Hitting the Gym: Schwab
Ninety percent of plan participants in a Schwab survey said they would think twice before taking a job without a 401(k) plan.
Pension Buyouts Up 700% in Q2
With help from Kimberly-Clark, buyouts reached a second-quarter record of nearly $4 billion, LIMRA reported.
10 Best Cities for Retirement: 2015
WalletHub recently ranked the 150 most populated cities based on how well retirees can live affordably, stay busy and find health care.
Social Security May Extend Spousal Benefits to Gay Couples
Attorneys in federal suits seeking benefits say the SSA will provide retroactive benefits to the spouses, widows or widowers of same-sex partners.
Mercer’s Conaway Replaces Salisbury as EBRI Chief
"EBRI has the capacity to shatter myths and preconceptions" with its "unparalleled reputation, databases and talented research team," Conaway said.
Retirement Confidence Dips; Workers Not Counting on Social Security
In a wide-ranging study from Transamerica, 14% of younger respondents see work as their primary income source in retirement.
10 Cheapest States for Retirement Health Care
Looking to guide your clients to states where their health care will cost substantially less? Here's your cheat sheet from HealthView Services.
10 Most Expensive States for Retirement Health Care
HealthView Services’ advisor- and physician-reviewed methodology projects retirement health care costs based on data from 50 million health care cases.