These days, a growing number of families are hiring elder mediators to help them resolve disputes that relate to the care of older adults or their finances.
popular perceptions of retirement have undergone two major shifts since the 1930s, when the creation of Social Security helped finance a period of “brief rest after a life of hard work.”
More than two-thirds of companies set default contribution rates under auto-enrollment at 3% of salary or less. That’s far below the 5% to 10% rates participants typically elect when left to their own devices.
Dancing can have positive health impacts on people who suffer from Parkinson’s Disease.
Faced with bruised nest eggs and high unemployment rates, older Americans—ever resourceful—are becoming entrepreneurs.
As banks have scaled back on consumer lending, Americans are increasingly borrowing from their 401(k) retirement accounts.
Would you support your adult children at the expense of your own retirement security? For a majority of baby boomers—57%, according to a new survey by TD Ameritrade, Inc.—the answer is yes.
Thanks to an often overlooked provision of the tax law, a non-working spouse can save up to $5000 a year in a tax-advantaged Individual Retirement Account.