Retiring With Lots of Debt? Here's What You Need to Know
The nation is at a 23-year high for excessive debt in households nearing retirement, and most families will lose income needed to lower it.
Single Women Face Unique Challenges in Preparing for Retirement
The reality is that women are likely to outlive their spouse and be left with a home but no liquidity.
Adult Children's Applications For Guardianship Do Not Guarantee Justice For The Elderly
I learned that medical care for the elderly is a low priority in probate court regardless of the state and advocating for an aging parents is often frowned upon.
Fidelity Offers Richer Rewards By Matching IRA Contributions Like A 401(k) Plan
New or existing clients who transfer at least $10,000 to a Fidelity Roth, Traditional or Rollover IRA can expect a 1% to 10% match on subsequent contributions for three years.
If Retirement Health Care Costs Look Scary, Try These Tactics
The older you get, the more you're likely to spend on health care, because Medicare doesn't cover everything. So how do you plan for that?
How Big a Role Should Social Security Play in Your Retirement?
Most Americans aren't optimistic about Social Security lasting until their retirement, but the program's outlook isn't as dire as they think.
How to Survive Disruptive Life Events Without Breaking the Bank
Some 49% of Americans whose life has been impacted by an unexpected life event will need to delay retirement and forego it completely.
5 Important Housing Questions to Consider for Aging Parents
Long-term care for parents in their senior years requires planning and the ability to make some challenging decisions.
5 Questions to Ask When Considering Housing Options for Aging Parents
Eldercare decisions are never easy. Whether you're looking at a 'mother-in-law apartment' or a nursing facility, here are five questions you should ask.
Ensuring Your Facebook Page Lives On After Death Requires a Legacy Contact
Users and app developers are becoming aware of the need for guidance to follow on Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts upon death or disability.