9 Retirement Moves Other Countries Get Right
While the U.S. faces a retirement crisis in coming years, some countries are not. Here are 9 things they're doing differently.
The Blue State Plan to Fix Retirement
California, Oregon, Illinois, Maryland and Connecticut want more workers to have the chance to save for retirement at work.
New Social Security Rules: How to Maximize Benefits
While many old Social Security claiming strategies have been eliminated, action can still be taken to obtain the highest possible benefits.
Meir Statman: What ‘Normal People’ Really Want From Advisors
Professor Statman talks about next-gen behavioral finance, how to manage clients’ well-being and why annuities can “emit the smell of death.”
DOL Fiduciary Rule Infringes on Advisors’ Freedom of Speech, Lawsuit Claims
U.S. District judge in Texas hears a First Amendment argument against the Labor Dept.’s fiduciary rule under ERISA.
Moeller on Medicare: Advisors, Beware of Land Mines on Timing, Coverage
Planning for Medicare, the most complicated component of U.S. health care, needs to be worked out with clients.
Senate Finance Lawmakers Introduce Retirement Bill
Bill would allow individuals older than 70 ½ to continue contributing to IRAs.
Medicare Premiums, Deductibles Rising for Many in 2017
Thirty percent of beneficiaries will pay more for Medicare Part B premiums and all beneficiaries will be subject to higher deductibles.
4 Ways Retirement Could Change Under Trump
As a candidate, Donald Trump barely mentioned America's retirement crisis. As president, he will have enormous power over the issue.
18 Reasons Americans Are Afraid to Retire
The reasons Americans are neither confident about nor prepared for retirement, and how to rectify both.