Reverse Mortgage Magazine, November-December 2016
The award-winning Reverse Mortgage magazine is the official publication of the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association.
The November-December edition is a special issue devoted to The Costs of Aging
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- Personal Finance
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Industry & Member News
December 9, 2016
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced yesterday in a press release that it had finalized consent orders with three reverse mortgage companies for misleading advertising practices. In response, NRMLA President and CEO Peter Bell made the following statement: The National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association works hard to educate industry participants on appropriate advertising practices. We … more NRMLA Responds to CFPB Press Release
December 9, 2016
The Department of Health and Human Services plans to soon launch a data collection program that will assist experts combating elderly exploitation, according to an article published in The Washington Post titled Elder abuse – Often the kin did it: Feds to collect data. “Unfortunately, the extent of elder abuse by guardians is relatively unknown … more Feds to Start Collecting Data for New Elder Abuse Reporting System
December 5, 2016
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December 2, 2016
Eighty percent of Americans say preparing for retirement is their top priority, according to a recent Prudential Investments survey measuring retirement readiness. But when it comes to actually being prepared to retire, Americans, on average, grade themselves a “C” — and 12% even give themselves a failing grade. … more Americans Earn a “C” in Retirement Preparation