Once upon a time, the majority of middle-income Americans who reached retirement age looked forward to maintaining their lifestyles with a combination of Social Security, company pensions, and their own hard-earned savings. Above all, most of those retirees were concerned about leaving an inheritance to the next generation.Read More
Due to industry trends and an aging population, the life insurance industry has changed its way of selling and marketing insurance to consumers whose needs have changed.Read More
Studies have shown that half of the people aged 65 to 74 are still making a mortgage payment and carry credit card debt.Read More
The baby boom generation has watched the recession cripple their retirement savings and financial assets, forcing them out of retirement and into low-paying jobs. Many Americans are now scrambling to create a savings plan that will allow them to provide for their families when they are gone.Read More
Thanks to a few recent changes to the Social Security Law, those on Medicare have a better way to pay prescription drug costs and reduce the cost of insurance.
According to a recent New Jersey Today article, programs like the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan and Social Security make a considerable difference when it comes to paying for prescription medication.Read More