Oldest Boomers Not Working Till They Drop
More than half of the oldest boomers are now fully retired, mostly because they are ready to stop working, a MetLife Mature Market Institute study found.
MetLife Publishes Intergenerational Financial Planning Guide
MetLife Mature Market Institute has published tips to help consumers with intergenerational financial planning.
Recession-Wracked Boomers Seek Reverse Mortgages at Younger Age: MetLife
The number of cash-strapped Baby Boomers age 62 to 64 taking out reverse mortgages has tripled since 1999, sharply lowering the average age of potential borrowers, according to a study released Wednesday by the MetLife Mature Market Institute.
Women Value Financial Self-Reliance: MetLife
Women of all ages are placing a higher priority on self-reliance in finance, according to a report released Thursday by MetLife Mature Market Institute.
Retirement Topics Confuse Pre-Retirees: Metlife
MetLife quizzed over 1,200 Americans about what they need for a financially secure retirement. Unfortunately, the majority answered just five out of 15 questions correctly.
Unprepared? MetLife Finds Mature Women Not Set for Retirement
Mature women, those aged 50 to 70, face unique risks in retirement, yet many have failed to plan adequately to secure their finances, according to a new study from MetLife Mature Market Institute.
Caregivers Risk Retirement Benefits Aiding Elderly Parents
A MetLife study released Tuesday put the cost paid by children who care for their elderly parents at $3 trillion in lost wages and benefits.
MetLife Indentifies the 10 Investing Personality Traits
While Americans think they are planning for retirement, they may not be preparing for the unexpected events that could interfere with their plans, according to a new study from the MetLife Mature Market Institute.
Use of Adult Day Services Centers Are on the Rise
The number of adult day services centers has increased 35% in the United States since 2002, a report from the MetLife Mature Market Institute reported Tuesday.
Aging in Place 2.0: The Next Generation of Long-Term Care
Boomers who anticipate aging in place should take note: Communities, government and the public and private sectors will have to make major changes to accommodate...