10 Best Cities for Retirement: 2015
WalletHub recently ranked the 150 most populated cities based on how well retirees can live affordably, stay busy and find health care.
Elders’ Risk of Falling Is Falling
A Munich Re subsidiary has come up with a program to reduce falls among seniors — and with them, insurance claims.
For Divorcing Women, Becoming Financially Knowledgeable Is Crucial
More older women are getting divorced, and if they have delegated financial decision making to their spouses, they need to raise their financial knowledge fast.
What Advisors Should Know About 80% of American Families
Married parents with children now represent only 20% of families. Here's what advisors should know to serve blended families, single-parent families and other "nontraditional" clients.
What Americans Really Think About Taxes: Pew
One surprising finding: More than a third of taxpayers say they like doing their taxes, according to Pew Research.
Most Americans Dislike IRS: Pew Poll
In a Pew Research poll on eight big federal agencies, the IRS was the only one rated unfavorably by more than half of respondents.
Financial Abuse Starts With Friends and Family, Not Strangers
Americans think they have a clear idea of where financial abuse against seniors starts, but they are wrong, a survey from Allianz Life found.
15 Worst Cities for Retirees
Looking for a place to retire? Put these cities at the bottom of your list, WalletHub says.
Health Crisis Would Shatter Finances of Most Middle-Income Americans
About 90% of middle-income Americans don’t feel prepared to handle the financial cost of a critical illness diagnosis, according to a new survey.
Americans Financially Unprepared for Long Lives
Just 56% of Americans are financially prepared to live to age 75, a survey released Wednesday by Northwestern Mutual found.