The $500 Divorce: Kotlikoff’s New Service Offers Financial Balancing Act
Gadfly economist and Social Security expert Laurence Kotlikoff says service will enable divorcing couples to maximize their financial outcomes and limit financial feuding.
15 Best Foreign Countries for Retirement: 2015
International Living's index ranks countries for those seeking a different type of retirement or one that is just more affordable.
Short-Term Care Insurance: An Efficient Alternative to LTCI
STCI, also known as recovery insurance, is essentially a form of critical care insurance that functions much like long-term care insurance.
Gen Y Wants It All, and They’re Willing to Pay for It
Young investors seem to have a “you get what you pay for” mentality, according to a recent report from Corporate Insight that surveyed retail investors.
Money Anxiety Index at 6-Year Low: The Implications for Advisors
Advisors who want a better grasp on financial confidence should be looking at what people actually do with their money, not just what they say.
Age No Impediment to a Successful Succession Plan
A 32-year age gap exists between the founder and outgoing CEO of an RIA firm and his successor.
Millennials Aren't Meeting Their Match (in 401(k)s)
Millennials are increasingly enrolling in their company 401(k), but many aren't showing up on payday for the free money.
And After Mobile?
First coined by Kevin Ashton at MIT in 1999, the Internet of Things (or the IoT) is defined by Cisco Systems as “the network of physical objects accessed through the Internet."
The Actuaries: Longer Client Life Spans Require Big Shift by Advisors
How seriously are you factoring clients’ extended life spans into their retirement planning?
In a First, Plan Sponsors Say Top Priority Is Retiree Outcomes
Retirement plan sponsors are taking a greater interest in their participants’ retirement outcomes, according to Fidelity's fifth annual Plan Sponsor Attitudes survey.