Fewer Americans expect to retire, but many remain confident in their own ability to plan for retirement.
Tag: Post Retirement
Mercer has recently added two personalized online retirement planning tools to its base service offering for defined contribution (DC) plan administration clients.
An industry-sponsored study found that 86% of individual buyers of long-term care insurance last year were younger than age 65.
While participants realize their retirement savings have taken a hit with the market downturn of the past year, they might not know just what that hit means for their retirement income goals.
More than half of affluent 60-year-olds are changing their retirement plans—double the number from the same survey almost a year ago, according to Bell Investment Advisors.
AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company announced the launch of its new online Beneficiary Resource Center to help beneficiaries and advisers file a life insurance or annuity claim.
RolloverSystems has introduced WealthConnect, a suite of online retirement readiness education and planning tools for 401(k) plan participants.
A new survey found 86% of executives said their shrinking retirement savings will mean working longer, with an average delay of 7 ½ years.
Delaying retirement is one of several life adjustments pre-retirees are making to weather the current economic climate.
For advisers interested in selling or learning more about long-term care insurance, SellingLTC.com offers a free resource center.
Prudential is hosting a Webinar called "Conversations About Retirement..What Do I Do Now?" Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
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Convergent Retirement Plan Solutions, LLC, has launched Learning to Retire, an interactive, online learning application designed to help educate near-retirees about the upcoming transition.
Less than a third of surveyed high-net-worth retirees said they changed advisers at the time of their retirement, according to a study commissioned by Securian Financial Group.
The latest U.S. Treasury Department treatise on Social Security reform suggests increasing both the early and normal retirement ages would help encourage more Americans to stay in the workforce.
A new study suggests that changes in Social Security rules have influenced retirement and working patterns.
A new white paper helps advisers ensure their clients' retirement plans are safe from the declining housing market.
Despite the increased focus on the need to capture Baby Boomers’ assets post-retirement, defined contribution plan service providers are largely unsuccessful at retaining participant assets after retirement, according to research from the Diversified Services Group (DSG).
Nearly half (46%) of the advisers in a recent poll said their clients are still tracking their expectations of a decade ago for a timely retirement.
Sixty-one percent of financial advisers responding to Schwab Institutional's most recent Independent Advisor Outlook Study said having sufficient retirement savings to maintain their desired lifestyle is a constant concern of their clients.