Here's How Wide the Retirement Gap Is Between Men and Women
Men are short of a standard goal by $270,000. Women? Half a million dollars, according to a new report.
No Social Security COLA in 2016: Higher Medicare Premiums for Your Clients
Some retirees will bear the brunt of higher Medicare Part B premiums due to their higher income and no Social Security COLA, the Center for Retirement Research reports.
Gross, El-Erian Disagree on Fed Rate Hike
Bill Gross says Fed has data it needs to start raising rates in September; Mohamed El-Erian says Fed will wait for the next jobs report.
To Help the Middle Class, Raise Interest Rates: Searching for Alpha for August 2015
Everything from corporate greed to the tax code has been blamed for the expanding wealth gap, but artificially low rates may be a bigger contributor.
Women: ‘The Largest Emerging Market in the World’
The conversation is shifting from "stark gender comparisons toward discussions that focus on how the investing world must adapt and embrace women," says Mellody Hobson.
10 Worst States for Military Retirees: 2015
The average enlisted servicemember retires from military duty at 43, and many have trouble re-entering the work force.
As the Need for Retirement-Minded Advisors Grows, Differentiation Is Critical
Have you positioned yourself for success? The job market is only becoming more competitive for financial advisors.
On Mother’s Day, Forget Roses Give Insurance
It is surely impossible to quantify the value of a mother, but neither should all her labors of love be taken for granted.
Up Your Risk, Ladies: Delaware Investments
Research from Delaware Investments makes the case that women should consider having more exposure to equities and take on more risk.
How Fed Rate Hikes Could Affect Retirement Planning
The key to helping retirees and pre-retirees maintain their net worth during the rate hike is to help them focus on income.