Setting Realistic Goals for 21st Century Retirement
Many early and pre-retirees maintain unrealistic expectations regarding the lifestyles they'll be able to maintain.
Medicare Premiums to Remain Stable in 2015
Medicare Part B premiums will remain the same in 2015 as in 2014 and 2013, according to the Department of Health and Human Services
Solving the Retirement Income Puzzle: Gamma and the Tax Efficient Frontier
You know about alpha and beta, but you should know about gamma, which provides advisors with the foundation to help clients boost retirement income.
Retiree Social Security Benefits to Be Wiped Out by Health Care Costs: Index
Middle-class Americans will soon have to use their entire Social Security benefit for health costs, according to HealthView Services’ new cost Index.
Beyond Social Security: Planning for Soon-to-Be Retirees
It's crucial for advisors to optimize not just their clients' Social Security timing, but their entire portfolios for maximum future spending power.
Inflation Hazardous to Retirees’ Financial Health
While U.S. inflation has been low in recent years, many experts still believe double-digit rates are on the horizon.
California Mulls State-Run Retirement Program for Residents
California may soon become one of the first states to implement its own retirement savings program for workers without 401(k)s or pensions.
Planning for New and Impending Social Security Changes
From middle-age wage earners to current retirees, just about everyone is eager to know what they can expect of Social Security in the coming years.
The Future of Financial Advice? Maybe It’s Health Care
I suspect that financing health care will replace investments as the primary service demanded by advisory firm clients in the all-too-near future.
What’s the Price of Retiree Confidence? Wells Fargo Has the Answer
Americans are feeling better about their retirement prospects, or at least “mass affluent” Americans are.