5 Cool Places for Advisors to Find Clients
Not every advisor wants to live and work in a big city, so AdvisorOne found some areas that have a “cool factor” in addition to a high median income.
Tame Risk for a More Rewarding Retirement
A tidal wave of baby boomers is rolling into retirement and about 76 million people—roughly 10,000 a day—will turn 65 over the next two decades.
Rollovers Drive Increase in IRA Market Share
Cerulli Associates announced Monday that total assets in the U.S. retirement market, including public and private defined-contribution, defined-benefit and individual retirement account markets, increased 9.6% in 2010 to $15.8 trillion.
State Retirement Assets Up 10% in 2010: Census Bureau
Retirement assets in public employee systems increased more than 10% in 2010 to $2.2 trillion, the U.S. Census Bureau reported on Jan. 26.
Why Women’s Retirement Participation Rate Only Looks Lower Than Men’s
While men have higher participation rates in retirement plans overall, when controlled for work status, women consistently have higher participation rates, the Employee Benefit Research Institute announced on Tuesday.
Answering the Public Pension Question
Funding gaps. Benefit cuts. Fiscal reform. Budget repair. No matter where you live today, it’s hard to ignore the challenges that many state and municipal pension systems are facing.
Stagnation Nation: Census Analysis
The gap in what people earn today compared to what they once earned goes far to explain the current pervasive sense of economic malaise, U.S. Census data show.
2010 Census: Top States for Population and Wealth
The 2010 Census shows some surprising statistics when it comes to the wealthy in America.
Census Bureau Reports Women-Owned Firms Generated $1.2 Trillion in 2007
Women owned 7.8 million businesses, accounted for 28.7% of all businesses nationwide.
Fading Homeownership Bodes Ill for Fannie, Freddie: BofA-Merrill Economists
A report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch showing U.S. homeownership at its lowest point in over a decade suggests continued earnings losses for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.