Retirement News Archives

The Future of Senior Care May Be AI

June 27, 2023

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly developing, with scores of new AI products, software, and tools used to simplify daily tasks. We surveyed 1,000 Americans over 55 regarding their thoughts on AI, current AI usage, and interest in hypothetical AI senior care apps.

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The Loudest Cities in America

June 15, 2023

Are all cities teeming with noise, or can you find some quieter metropolitan streets for retirement living? To answer this question we analyzed noise level data from cities across the U.S. and surveyed 1,005 city residents. Explore our findings to determine America’s loudest and quietest cities.

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Americans Turn to Precious Metals To Protect Their Portfolios From Inflation

June 13, 2023

To better understand American investment habits in the current economy, we analyzed search volume data and surveyed over 1,000 Americans to learn where they trust their money.

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Medicare Advantage Satisfaction Index

June 1, 2023

Healthcare is one of the biggest expenses for seniors. Does Medicare Advantage help beneficiaries afford better coverage? We surveyed 351 beneficiaries about their plans, including premiums, customer service, and provider networks. We also gathered satisfaction rates for various plans and explored potential disadvantages to help you find the right coverage.

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The Top Retirement Vacations

May 16, 2023

If you’re like most retirees, travel is at the top of your retirement bucket list. With so many incredible destinations beckoning your attention, it can be difficult to choose where to go next. There is also much to consider when planning a trip, from flight costs to accommodations to activity options.

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Retiring Into A Recession

May 1, 2023

The cost of just about everything is rising—including interest rates. Though economists remain split on exactly when a recession will arrive, most agree that inflation surges mixed with rising interest rates and tighter credit conditions are a surefire recipe for a U.S. recession. Here’s how retirees are adjusting their plans to combat uncertainty.

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Types of Financial Advisors: How to Choose The Right One

March 29, 2023

Home » Financial Advisors Advertising Disclosure Updated: A rose by any other name may smell just as sweet, but a financial advisor by any other name? They may offer completely different services. The term “financial advisor” itself does not require any specific training, credentials, or certification, but many industry professionals earn designations depending on their […]

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Most Americans Are Not Prepared for Retirement

August 15, 2022

Many Americans spend their lives working hard in the hopes of being able to retire someday and adopt a more enjoyable and relaxing lifestyle. In the 1990s, the average age of retirement was 60, but according to a Gallup poll, that number has now reached 66 as many Americans are delaying their retirement…

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The Best States for LGBTQ+ Retirees

June 6, 2022

Many of us view retirement as a time to relax, enjoy our hobbies and passions, pursue additional interests, and spend more time with family and friends. For some, retirement may even be a time to begin a new career path or start a new business.
After retiring, many people will continue to live where they are, but others may consider…

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Best Countries to Retire 2021

September 29, 2021

Retiring to another country can help stretch your savings with affordable living costs and tax benefits. Low-cost, high-quality health care is often an appealing reason to consider retiring abroad as well. Many retirees find immersing themselves in international living fulfills a lifelong dream. Find out which countries made our list for 2021.

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