In a recent opinion piece, the editor’s at Bloomberg expressed strong opinions about the shortcomings of America’s retirement system and what Congress needs to do fix these problems. … more Piecemeal Reform Won’t Solve the U.S. Retirement Crisis
While the strategic use of home equity can provide financial relief for retirees, a new study co-authored by Ohio State University researcher Stephanie Moulton finds that it is also … more Using Home Equity Improves Retiree Health
In celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8) and Women’s History Month, the Transamerica Center for Retirement Research developed a new resource, the “Five Fundamentals for Retirement Readiness,” … more Five Fundamentals for Women’s Retirement Readiness
At any given time, a large pool of people ages 55-70 – over 15 million today – indicate they are retired. With the U.S. economy currently facing a … more Will Unretirement Help Solve the Labor Shortage?
Morningstar, Inc., a leading provider of investment research and financial services, launched the Morningstar Center for Retirement and Policy Studies this week and published an inaugural report, titled “Retirement … more Morningstar: Retirement Plans Lost $4.61 Trillion Over Past Decade
A new federal report says that 3.5 million Americans age 65 and older struggled to afford their needed prescription drugs in 2019 and that Medicare beneficiaries of color … more Federal Study: Millions of Older Americans Can’t Afford Their Prescriptions
Baby boomers nearing retirement age don’t want to kick up their feet and relax through their sunset years. Instead, most of them want to continue working, but just … more Boomers Favor Semi-Retirement with a Flexible Work Schedule
American workers’ confidence in their personal financial situation is at its highest level since 2018, according to John Hancock Retirement’s 8th annual Stress, Finances and Well-Being report. As … more Employee Confidence With Finances Hits Four-Year High
The news isn’t all bad when it comes to retirement preparation. According to a new national poll conducted by Kiplinger, in partnership with money management firm Personal Capital, … more Kiplinger: 84% of Savers Say They’re On Track to Retire Comfortably
A new Issue Brief published by the Boston College Center for Retirement Research finds that the share of workers aged 55 and over who left the workforce changed … more How Has COVID-19 Affected Older Workers’ Labor Force Participation?