Many investors have no faith in the market, but it has offered a much greater return lately than cash equivalents.
Social Security won’t be enough to support most people in retirement. Should the government require employers to help everyone save?
The boomer generation is so big that it can’t help but bring about change as it roars into retirement.
Polls show that Americans have changed their attitude about saving vs. spending since the 2008 recession.
Retired investors remain pessimistic about the market and nervous about rising taxes.
The cost of eating in retirement declines as you get older, Gallup says.
As the election heats up, we should make sure retirement issues, including the future of Medicare and Social Security, are part of the discussion.