An initial 5-percent withdrawal rate from a retirement portfolio is risky; 6 percent or more is gambling.
Delayed retirement credits are earned when workers delay receiving benefits after their full retirement age up to age 70.
Investors face two primary risks when investing — the risk of losing principal and the risk of their investments losing purchasing power over time.
Long-term care insurers have moved to gender-based pricing, with women paying more than men.
The key to transitioning to retirement from working is planning. Not financial planning, per se, but life planning.
If your premiums on a long-term care policy are rising, consider your options.
The move to let nonaccredited investors invest in hedge funds is an example of an investment approach winding its way down to retail investors.
Does a dividend reinvestment plan still make sense when a senior starts depending on the portfolio for retirement income?
With its launch of the Elder Justice website, the Department of Justice has put together a central forum for learning about and correcting elder abuse issues.
Should investors look beyond market-cap-weighted indexes when choosing an index fund?