Reverse Mortgage Literacy Quiz
A comprehensive retirement income plan should at least address home equity. One commonly misunderstood home equity retirement income solution is a reverse mortgage. Take this 10-question quiz to see how much you understand about reverse mortgages.
Retirement Income Literacy Quiz
If you want to test your knowledge, take the Retirement Income Literacy Quiz. Answer the 38 multiple choice questions and find out just how much you know (or don’t know) about long-term care, Social Security, investments, life insurance, and planning during times of crisis. The results may surprise you, but you are sure to learn a thing or two about some of the essential elements of retirement income planning.
Retirement Income 101
To get acquainted with the basics of retirement income planning, start with the Retirement Income 101 playlist, a collection of nine short videos. Our faculty will break down the decisions, calculations, and steps involved in developing a cohesive retirement plan. Tax and legal considerations, as well as potential risks, are addressed. Each short video will touch on the elements involved in creating an income stream for retirement.
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Reverse mortgages can be a retiree's saving grace. With the baby boomer generation moving into retirement, we are ill-prepared as a society to provide housing alternatives and resources for this 30 million+ population, who in large part want to stay put in their current homes.