AARP says GOP plan burdens older, lower-income Americans
About 3.2 million people ages 50 to 64 now use Affordable Care Act premium tax credits.
Financial crisis still haunts middle-income baby boomers
Ten years after the Great Recession, only 2 percent of middle-income boomers feel the economy has fully recovered.
7 ways retirees can make money
Retirees worried about running short of money might consider one of these seven ideas to bring in extra cash.
The new retirement: working right to the end [infographic]
Millennials' desire to remain gainfully employed in retirement stands in marked contrast to that of the oldest respondents in the Merrill Edge survey.
10 best medium-size cities for seniors
Life in these 10 medium-size cities is both enjoyable and practical for retirees.
10 most affordable cities for retirees to catch an NFL game
Retirees on a fixed budget who want to attend an NFL game this season will find their dollar goes the furthest at these 10 stadiums.
Advisor Put Transit Workers on Risky Investment Path, FINRA Says
Retired bus workers lost some $140,000 due to "unsuitable" investments in energy firms and gold, says a FINRA complaint.
Tax planning is vital for retiree financial success
Taxes can be the start of so many wonderful conversations with prospects and clients about something they hate to pay.
How Advisors Can Fight Elder Financial Abuse
Fending off exploiters of elderly clients is a difficult task; advisors should embrace it.
Survey flags 5-year gap between planned, actual retirement ages
The age at which today's workers expect to retire, says Gallup, is significantly older, on average, than that of current retirees.