African-Americans Say They're Savers, Not Investors
New research by Prudential showed that African-Americans were financially confident overall but faced some gaps in retirement planning.
How Investors’ Decision Making Varies With Age and Wealth
Research firm Martini studied the online behavior of three segments of the affluent market.
DIY Investors Are Missing Out: Northwestern Mutual
Two-thirds of Americans in a survey lack financial advice, often because they think they can't afford it, Northwestern Mutual says.
Millennials: Ignore Them at Your Peril
Figuring out how to serve the now-largest of the generations is worth it, several advisors said in a recent discussion.
Financial Advisors Don’t Care About Millennials, and the Feeling Is Mutual
They prefer their clients old and rich—but that can’t last long.
Easing Millennials’ Investing Fears: Northwestern Mutual
Advisor Chantel Bonneau, a millennial herself, talks about Northwestern Mutual's recent study and how to boost the investing confidence of younger clients.
Northwestern Mutual to Settle Annuities Suit for $84M
The class-action lawsuit was triggered by a change it made in 1985 in how it calculated dividends for a fixed-income annuity.
Discuss LTC or Visit Dentist? In Study, 25% Prefer Dentist
According to a Genworth study, fewer than 30% of adults have even had a conversation about their long-term care or aging needs.
People Living Longer but Not Addressing LTC: Northwestern Mutual
Despite being aware of the implications of longevity, only a fraction of Americans have planned for long-term care, according to a new study.
Americans Would Rather Talk About Sex or Death Than Retirement
Americans are more likely to have talked about their own death than retirement, and they’re more comfortable having the “birds and the bees” talk than any conversation related to money.