Assisted Living Facilities Pressed to Address Growing Needs of Older, Sicker Residents

A new report provides 43 recommendations on how to help fill the gap in the quality of care currently being provided.

A Family Death During the Holidays Prompt Questions and Reflection

He was mentally sharp and worked part-time until 90, but his final days revealed our medical system's shortcomings in serving the elderly.

Half of Women are Behind in Saving for Retirement, Study Finds

Competing responsibilities often hinder their savings efforts and the majority retire before they plan to, reports Goldman Sachs.

Most People Underestimate Healthcare Costs, Study Says

The Lifetime of Healthcare Costs study also found that four out of five respondents do not have savings to cover medical emergencies.

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Gensler: SEC Needs 12% Increase to Stop ‘Bad Actors’

As the frequency of stock trades and volume of privately managed assets have soared, so has misconduct, said the SEC chair.

Analysts: Office Loans May Strain Small Lenders

The CRE market faces headwinds that could hobble small banks. Large metro areas are most at risk from current conditions.

DOL Must Create Retirement Plan Lost and Found

One of the many provisions of Secure Act 2.0 is for the DOL to create a "lost and found" for retirement accounts.

New EP Wealth Scholarship Honors Trailblazing Advisor

The Ballou/EP Wealth scholarship program will support underrepresented groups pursuing CFP certification.

Nationwide: Most Women Think Recession Is Here or Imminent

Close to two-thirds of women believe the United States is in a financial crisis or approaching one, says a Nationwide survey.

Gender Parity Will Take More Than 5 Generations: WEF

An index on women's financial health compiled by Ellevest shows that women in the United States are in their worst financial shape since 2018.