Live (Not Too) Long and Prosper: Bankers Life
Longevity, one of the major risks investors face in retirement, is also one of the furthest things from their minds.
Biggest Shock for Retirees Is Health Care Cost
For middle-income retirees, health care and the costs associated with it are the most surprising thing about retirement, a Bankers Life and Casualty survey found.
San Fran Fed: Boomers’ Exit From Stocks Bodes Ill for Market
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco warns that the aging of the baby boom generation will likely create a slowdown in the stock market as boomers retire and shift from buying stocks to selling them.