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.
CDC Releases First National Survey on LTC, Non-Nursing Home Facilities
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released in December the 'first nationally representative survey' of residential care facilities to provide an overview of their role in the long-term care industry.
Top 10 (Surprisingly) Best Cities for Retirees
The Center for a Secure Retirement’s list of cities had several great choices and a few real head-scratchers.
Boomers catch a (health) break
Yet another reason boomers have to be thankful. Research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates people over the age of 50 might...