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Evaluate the Viability of Your Retirement Plan

October 4, 2017
By:
Christine Benz

There are few more important questions in financial planning, but getting good answers can be elusive. Even people who are comfortable tackling sophisticated financial tasks like determining their asset allocations and conducting due diligence on individual stocks and funds may struggle with assessing the soundness of their plans.

Help Women Raise Their Retirement Income Literacy

October 1, 2017
By:
Jocelyn Wright

At one point or another, we financial professionals all have used the phrase: “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” This is especially true when it comes to retirement planning, as it is one area of life where failure is not an option. We only get one shot and there are no retakes.

Baby Boomers Fear 2007 Financial Crisis Ruined Their Retirement Plans

September 19, 2017
By:
Ryan Lynch

For many Boomers, there is a false confidence in their ability to save for the future. The American College of Financial Services found that 20 percent of Americans making under $1 million were financially literate about their savings.

Women Report More Financial Stress About Retirement Savings Than Men

September 14, 2017
By:
Jamie Hopkins

A new report by MassMutual raises questions about the current effectiveness of retirement savings initiatives and programs in the United States, as the overwhelming majority of respondents, roughly 72 percent, agreed that they are not saving enough for retirement.

The Coming Retirement Savings And Income Crisis (Article 7 Of 10)

September 13, 2017

The American College for Financial Services conducted a 2017 survey in February-March 2017 of 1,244 Americans. The sample population had to be between ages 60-75, and must have had over $100,000 of assets excluding their principal residence.