Boomers’ Newfound Freedom Changes How They See Home
Around age 61, boomers say they feel more freedom to live wherever they wish than they did when they were younger.
How the Age Wave Is Remaking Financial Advice
For advisors, growing numbers of older Americans mean new responsibilities—and golden opportunities.
Health Trumps Financial Security for Retirees
Good health is more crucial to a happy retirement than financial security or family and friends, according to a study by Merrill and Age Wave.
Many Want to Slow Down, Not Stop, in Retirement
It’s time to toss away some of the old notions about working in retirement, including the reasons people do so.
Don't Let Clients Become the ‘Family Bank,’ Merrill Study Warns
More and more boomers are being too generous to family members, jeopardizing their own retirement security, according to Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and Age Wave.
Baby Boomers Face New Retirement Realities
Most Baby Boomers prefer peace of mind over wealth accumulation and are looking to reinvent themselves in retirement, according a Merrill Lynch study released Monday.
Dychtwald and Retirement Reset; Gold’s New Environment: December Investment Advisor—Slideshow
How is the "new retirement paradigm" holding up in the new normal?
Reading the December issue of Vanity Fair, I came across a curious find.
If you’ve been an advisor for any length of time, you’ve heard Ken Dychtwald speak.
The Great Retirement Rethink
Retirement was once such a tidy thing. You worked, you saved, you retired. Not anymore. As an affluent investor in a new study by Hearts & Wallets puts it: “I don’t think retirement is the buzzword it once was. ‘Okay, yeah right, retirement. Okay, yeah right, I’ll win the lottery.’...