The abuse and mistreatment of seniors is not just a matter of neglect or violence. Financial abuse is also all too common, and often, caregivers and family members are the culprits. Learn more about the unfortunate epidemic of elder financial abuse.
Here I discuss factors that are contributing to driving “gray divorce” — the growing trend of older couples going their separate ways, including the “no-fault” divorce.
Learn more about five of the top retirement planning blind spots, and how to avoid them with careful planning, research, and thoughtful strategy.
Andy Smith, Senior VP of Financial Planning at Financial Engines and host of the call-in radio program, Investing Sense, shares tips about how to protect your elderly parents’ estate and finances.
“Full retirement age” already is set to continue rising in the coming years for people born in 1955 and later; for instance, if you were born in 1960 or later, your full retirement age is 67.