How Baby Boomers can protect their retirement portfolios from fake news.
Older Americans report that their household budgets jumped substantially last year, despite the lack of growth in their Social Security benefits, according to a new survey by The Senior Citizens League (TSCL).
Many current and soon-to-be retirees still struggling from the Great Financial Crisis have decided to pack their bags and spend their golden years overseas, according to a new survey.
For the millions of Baby Boomers not yet in retirement age the big question remains, when should I start taking my Social Security benefits?
According to the Internal Revenue Service, 20-25% of all Americans wait until the last two weeks before the deadline to prepare their tax returns. If you are guilty of waiting until the last minute there are two things you can do, file your taxes quickly, or request an extension.
Annuities can serve to be an important leg in your retirement portfolio no matter what the current interest rates are. It is difficult to determine the perfect time to invest in an annuity, but with a projected hike in rates, it might be a good time to weigh the option.
Elder financial abuse doesn’t just harm retirees and seniors, but also those who take care of them -- and can have a negative impact on their ability to save for their own retirement, according to a new study.
According to a new study, only two percent of middle-income Baby Boomers feel the economy has fully recovered from the financial crisis that began in 2007.
Women have indeed come along way, but according to a new survey, they are still today at greater risk of not achieving a financially secure retirement than men.
While Uncle Sam’s IRS tax deadline is weeks away, some seniors face an important retirement withdrawal deadline next week, and if they miss it there will be a steep price to pay.
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates in December for just the second time since the 2008 financial crisis.
Retirement planning, to say the least, can be intimidating for most. What is the magic number you will need in your savings account to be ready to retire? Everyone wants to know, but many don’t know where to begin.
Many older Americans are anxiously awaiting any potential updates on Medicare and Social Security.
Here is what younger generations can learn from Boomer women about the power of money.
In a new media campaign, AARP lashes out against the recently introduced State Age Rating Flexibility Act of 2017, legislation that would allow insurers to charge older Americans significantly more for health insurance.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the psychological 20,000 mark on Wednesday for the first time, just days into President Trump’s first week in office. What does it mean for your retirement portfolio?
They were the baby boomers at birth, and today as they 'grow up' and eye retirement, some builders expect them to jumpstart an affordable housing boom.
Details on some already planned changes coming to Medicare in 2017, and what to expect under the new Trump administration.
What you need to know to help meet your financial goals in 2017 and beyond.
Year-end is a great time to assess the state of your retirement funds and what your goals are for the coming year. Here is expert financial advice for Boomers looking ahead to 2017.