Retirement

Retirement (125)

Congress Considering Delaying RMD Age

The proposed 'Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019' would move the age at which required minimum distribution rules apply from 70 ½ to 72 and would allow workers at any age to contribute to retirement programs. So reports Forbes.

Read more...

Study Defines Saving Requirements By Age

A recent study by Natixis Investment Managers of individuals’ assets and aspirations has determined that a typical Baby Boomer needs to save $142,357 annually to reach his or her retirement goal while Gen Xers need to save $42,849 per year. So reports CNBC.

Read more...

How to Measure Retirement Planning Progress

The financial independence number, the retirement replacement ratio, age-based multipliers and net worth are four measurements that can be used to assess retirement readiness. So reports U.S. News & World Report.

Read more...

Americans Worry About Outliving Their Money

In a new survey, 48% of CPAs say their clients are worried about outliving their money, while 39% of financial planners said their clients have the same concerns. So reports Plan Advisor.

Read more...

Microsoft, BlackRock to Create Pension Products

BlackRock and Microsoft are developing what they claim will be a cutting-edge platform that will sell guaranteed income products that aren’t available in existing retirement programs, including 401(k)s. So reports RIABiz. Read more...

Longevity Planning: A New Role for Advisors?

Longevity planning could be a new growth area for financial planners as healthcare advances are resulting in Americans living longer at a time when robo-advisors are competing with traditional advisors. Read more...

Senate Dems Propose Gov't Matching Retirement Contributions

Senate Democrats have introduced a bill that would provide up to a $500 government matching payment for low-income individuals and families that contribute to retirement savings programs. So reports Plan Advisor. Read more...

Study Focuses on Impact of Social Security Claiming Practices

Individuals can substantially increase their wealth by delaying when they collect Social Security benefits, but many Americans take their retirement benefits early because they stop working, need liquidity or have health reasons. That's according to a recent study published in the Journal of Financial Planning. Read more...

Health is Top Concern for Aging Americans

As most Americans age, health becomes their top concern, followed by family and finances, according to a recent study. So reports Financial Advisor Magazine. Read more...

Retirees Are Less Likely to Worry About Money

Only 36% of retirees frequently worry about their finances, while 56% of pre-retirees worry frequently about money, according to a recent study by the Employee Benefit Research Institute. So reports Insurance News Net.

Read more...

Visit other PMG Sites:

Template Settings

Color

For each color, the params below will give default values
Tomato Green Blue Cyan Dark_Red Dark_Blue

Body

Background Color
Text Color

Header

Background Color

Footer

Select menu
Google Font
Body Font-size
Body Font-family
Direction
PMG360 is committed to protecting the privacy of the personal data we collect from our subscribers/agents/customers/exhibitors and sponsors. On May 25th, the European's GDPR policy will be enforced. Nothing is changing about your current settings or how your information is processed, however, we have made a few changes. We have updated our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to make it easier for you to understand what information we collect, how and why we collect it.
Ok Decline