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The Keys to Help Women Build Retirement Strategies

An Athene marketing and communications expert shares insight on how to change the conversation to better help women with their unique retirement challenges.

This Retirement Income Planning Tool Never Gets Old

This simple, commonsense approach gets clients focused on two kinds of spending and two types of income so they better understand planning.

Opting in to Private Real Estate Investing During Uncertain Times

The case for an opportunistic approach to private real estate investing amid volatile markets.

Women Helping Women Grow (and Give!) Their Wealth

In a melding of the minds, these female financial advisors encourage and educate other women (and men) to expand their financial clout while making a difference in the world.

Uncertainty and the Cost of Waiting

It's risky to park client money in a six-month CD betting that interest rates will rise, says Matt DiGangi of MassMutual. He offers a different strategy. (Sponsored)

The Cost of Waiting

Uncertainty may lead to a wait-and-see investment strategy.

Can Private CRE Improve 60/40 Portfolio Returns?

Three examples illustrate the effects of adding varying amounts of private real estate to a traditional portfolio.

Steer Clear of High-Debt CRE Projects — Except in Two Scenarios

Here’s what you need to know about rising interest rates and their impact on investment returns.

What’s Up with Fixed Annuities?

Sales of fixed annuities have skyrocketed. New research sheds light on why that is happening and how they help clients in volatile markets.

POAs and Cognitive Decline: Tips for Contingency Planning

Financial advisors have various tools to help clients address cognitive decline before it’s too late.

Building a Private Real Estate Investment Ladder

Some strategies for staggering CD investments are useful in building a "vintage-year" diversification program for private real estate.

Connecting with Your Next Generation Retiree Clients about Long-Term Care Planning

The MIT AgeLab and MassMutual are collaborating to understand retirees' perceptions, language, emotions, and interests related to funding long-term care.

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