On managing time and relationships.
Brigitte Madrian's Power of Suggestion — and How It Improved Retirement
Harvard economist Brigitte Madrian wins the 2015 Achievement in Applied Retirement Research Award for showing how to boost 401(k) participation.
The Retirement Risk That the Models Miss
Consider the implications of “sequence of consumption” risk
The Obvious Retirement Risk That’s Not in the Models
A new, award-winning research paper argues that the financial planning models advisors are using fail to match retirement reality.
The 4% Rule Is Dead: PwC
Withdrawing 4% per year in retirement may work for the wealthy but could be disastrous for everyone else, a new PwC study finds.
Longevity Annuities: Their Time Has Come
New rules open a landscape of possibilities for retirees to draw income in their 80s and beyond, Michael Finke writes.
Jeff Brown Tackles Tough Annuity Questions
Why don't more people annuitize? How should retirees fund their health care? Economist Jeffrey Brown has studied these difficult questions and more, Michael Finke writes.
How to Frame Annuities More Attractively
New research points to ways of increasing annuities' appeal.
Wade Pfau, Practical Academic: The 2014 IA 25 Profile
When it comes to retirement planning education, Pfau considers it his priority to bridge the gap between academic research and its practical application.
How Merrill Navigates the Bizarro World of Retirement
One boomer will retire every six seconds over the next 20 years. At the RIIA conference, David Laster laid out Merrill's approach to helping them.