Are you looking for the perfect place to retire? As we age our needs tend to change, so do your homework when it comes to finding the ideal retirement spot for you.
While 'prenups' are often thought to be just for the rich and famous, 62% of divorce attorneys from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers have seen an increase in the pre-wedding legal document over the past few years. Do you need one?
Summer vacation is the time to relax with family, reconnect with friends and make new memories for both the young and the old.
Ten years after the housing market crash of 2007 and onset of the financial crisis known as the Great Recession, a new survey finds that nearly one-in-three Americans (30 percent) believe they have yet to recover financially or never will, despite signals from the Federal Reserve that the U.S. economy is growing.
Forget downsizing or migrating to warmer weather, an overwhelming number (83 percent) of pre retirees and retirees today say they want to remain in their homes for as long as possible, according to a new survey from The American College of Financial Services.
Some people think that once the kids have completed college or you have paid off your mortgage it is time to cancel or reduce life insurance.
The best time to buy a long-term care insurance policy is while you are younger and in good health, according to retirement experts.
Recent inflation trends could boost the 2018 cost of living adjustment (COLA) for Social Security beneficiaries to its highest since 2012, according to advocacy group The Senior Citizens League.
According to the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America's (TIAA) Transition to Retirement Survey, men and women closer to retirement are focused on achieving the financial freedom that will allow them to live life to the fullest.
For Baby Boomer women, a late-life (or “gray divorce”) can take a significant financial toll on their retirement plans.
According to a recent study by United Income, a startup financial planning service, adults are becoming less optimistic about future economic growth and financial health as they age.
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.