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Retirement Literacy Continues to Lag Among Older Employees

May 23, 2017
By:
Paula Aven Gladych

Retirement planning literacy remains low, even among older, wealthier people with good educations who say they know a lot about retirement planning, according to the 2017 RICP Retirement Income Literacy Survey Report produced by The American College New York Life Center for Retirement Income.

Most Failed the Retirement Quiz, But Here’s How to Pass

May 21, 2017
By:
Sheryl Nance-Nash

If you’re lucky, you will get old. What then? Apparently too few people are asking the question and even fewer have answers. The new RICP Retirement Income Literacy Survey from the American College of Financial Services found three in four retirement-age Americans fail a quiz on how to make their nest eggs last throughout retirement.

New Survey Shows Retirees Want to Stay in Their Homes

May 19, 2017

An overwhelming number of people nearing or in retirement want to remain in their current home as long as possible, according to the results of a new survey released by The American College of Financial Services. The Home Equity and Retirement Income Planning Survey found that 83 percent of the respondents do not want to relocate in retirement.

Wary Borrowers Avoiding Reverse Mortgage Market

May 18, 2017
By:
Phil Hall

In May 2016, the American College of Financial Services released the results of a reverse mortgage survey. Only 14 percent of respondents said they considered pursuing this loan, while just one respondent reported to having a reverse mortgage.

Boomers Aren’t Ready for Retirement

May 17, 2017
By:
Dori Zinn

Most Americans believe they are financially prepared for retirement, according to a survey from The American College of Financial Services. As more baby boomers hit retirement age, the survey shows they don’t know as much as they think they do when it comes to finances in the golden years.