Giving Back Has Made This 41-Year-Old Billionaire Less Popular
After making $4 billion, ex-Centaurus Advisors manager John Arnold closed his fund, grew a beard and started a foundation. So why do people dislike him?
The Costs and Benefits of LTC Hybrids
The market for “hybrid” long-term care insurance products has been flooded as premium costs have soared.
Dangers of De-risking Portfolios in Retirement: FinaMetrica’s Resnik
Paul Resnik shows that there are good arguments for actually increasing equity asset exposure around retirement, but Michael Kitces is skeptical.
Despite Bull Market, Americans Still Lack Financial Confidence
Americans are feeling less confident about their financial situation, with Social Security the top worry, according to Hearts & Wallets.
How Health Care Will Crush the 80% Income Replacement Idea in Retirement
Retirees planning to replace 80% to 85% of their income may fall short once health care is factored in, HealthView Services warns.
10 Most Tax-Friendly States for Retirement
Making retirement savings last may be easier in these 10 tax-friendly states, according to Kiplinger.
Inequality in Our Retirement Accounts
While we are debating income inequality, we should also be thinking about retirement inequality. Perhaps most vulnerable are the millennials.
Financial Engines to Acquire The Mutual Fund Store for $560M
Seller Warburg Pincus will retain stake in new company following cash and stock deal; expects to provide expanded planning services to Financial Engines' 401(k) clients.
How to Enroll in — and Pay for — Medicare
Health insurance is confusing enough, but once you turn 65, introducing Medicare to the mix adds another layer of confusion.
Popular Social Security Claiming Strategy Gutted in Budget Bill
The changes to Social Security spousal benefits will be "devastating," Kotlikoff said.