Kid-free couples need a bigger financial war chest to pay for long-term care expenses as they age.
It contains critical information for your retirement, so make sure you are getting it.
Some seniors opt for a bigger house during retirement as opposed to downsizing.
If you are divorced and filing for Social Security benefits, consider the long-term impact of your options.
It's critical that those closest to seniors watch for possible red flags.
Families support each other emotionally, physically...and, just as important, financially.
Unique risks and vulnerabilities make this community, especially older generations, less prepared.
As more people approach and reach retirement age, stable value funds may become increasingly popular.
If you lost a spouse, research your filing options carefully.
Retiring business owners should create a succession plan to protect their family and successor.
Time to see if your saving and spending plans are on track or need a course correction.
Singles who have never been married should research claiming strategies to maximize their retirement income.
Couples can maximize their lifetime payout by planning ahead.
A late start doesn't mean you can't make headway on retirement savings.
They can supplement retirement income by using home equity. But is a reverse mortgage right for you?
Sometimes paying a mortgage during retirement can be financially viable.
Many Americans file for benefits at the earliest opportunity, but that may not be wise.
Retirement saving is not on most millennials’ list of top priorities.
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