Retirees rank health as the No. 1 ingredient for a happy retirement.
The number of adults in the U.S. aged 50 and over is expected to grow to 132 million by 2030, an increase of more than 70 percent since 2000.
Taking steps in advance to make it easier to rely on family caregiving can reduce the burden on caregivers.
If you want Medicaid to pay for your nursing home costs, now is the time to figure out a plan.
Boomers are hopeful of reaching 100; centenarians are surprised.
Fewer long-term care insurance policies allow insureds to pay for home care directly, but being able to do this can stretch long-term care dollars.
The cost of long-term care is rising, making insurance a wise buy.
Here’s some legislation Congress should consider to help the 25 percent of voters who are older than 65.
Women and couples can expect to pay more for long-term care insurance, while men pay less.
Genworth identifies out-of-pocket savings from early long-term care planning.