Typically retiree homeowners sell and buy smaller. But for some, buying all over again makes no sense.
A study by Bank of America and Merrill Lynch finds some good trends among American workers.
Most financial advisers want their clients to have at least 75% of their annual income in retirement. Few do.
Seniors expect medical expenses, so children can't expect anything.
Even the 18-year-old in a first job out of high school must begin to set aside money for retirement.
With millennials especially rattled, Congress is even considering one.
U.S. retirees, HSBC Group reports, are looking at seven full years of low or no income in retirement.
A survey shows there may be a significant "emotional disconnect" between retirement goals and reality.
Expecting an inheritance from your baby boom parent? Forget about it. They just booked a trip to Bali.