Married Women Need Their Own Financial Plan: Study
The recommendation from the Center for Retirement Research is based on data showing that many women don't stay married.
The Long-Term Care Crisis and Life Settlements
A group of regulators has suggested using life settlements to pay for care.
Managing Medicare: Tips and Tricks to Minimize Costs
Postretirement health care costs can be huge, but there are steps that can be taken to reduce the cost of Medicare coverage.
New Report Suggests Fixes to LTC Financing Challenge
Financing of LTC continues to plague lawmakers as people live longer and the number of dementia cases continues to skyrocket.
Retiree Portfolios in the New Normal: The Envelopes Strategy, Pt. 1
The purpose of decades of saving is to fund decades of spending.
Advisors, Plan Sponsors Out of Sync in DC Plan Space
Wells Fargo Asset Management compared its survey advisors to a previous one of plan sponsors to discover the gaps.
Trending QDIAs Unlock Retirement Income
New studies have shown that the recent evolution of QDIA options is likely to drive 401(k) plan participants’ future access to lifetime retirement income options.
New BPC Report Suggests Fixes to LTC Financing Challenge
Fighting for more Medicaid dollars is “a losing argument; we’re beyond that,” says former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
How to Fill the Disability Coverage Gap for Doctors With High Income
Many doctors are finding a serious gap between the benefits of traditional disability and the replacement of their true income.
Industry Needs to ‘Modernize’ to Accept Smaller Investors: Schwab
Wealth is more than "a specific sum of money" to many Americans, and the industry needs to adapt to accept this, Schwab execs say.