As a guaranteed income stream that cannot otherwise be liquidated or reinvested, most retirees don’t think of their Social Security benefits as an asset. Nonetheless, its value actually can be calculated, given known payments and reasonable assumptions regarding interest/growth rates and life expectancy. – Kitches Read the full article here.
The unemployment rate among workers over 55 is 4.1 percent, compared with 5.7 percent for the population overall, and labor force participation among older workers has been rising since the early 1990s. That’s arguably a better position to be in than that of a young person whose earnings potential has been forever damaged by starting […]
Happening from August 10th-12th, 2015. Find all the Details Here • Over 70% of attendees work for agencies that provide direct services to older adults. • Administrators account for 49% of attendees. • The Exhibition Hall was visited by 97% of all attendees in 2014. • The 2014 Conference evaluations reflect that 95% of attendees […]
We are excited to show you a project that has been in the making for some time. Enjoy the trailer and be sure to check back for the final video once the research results are in! Here is the Music and Memory trailer : Important Links: If You Had Dementia, What Songs Would Be […]
Washington – Five years after it was first announced, the nation’s Retirement Income Deficit (RID) has risen from $6.6 trillion to $7.7 trillion. The updated figure was released by the Pension Rights Center today in conjunction with a hearing on “Bridging the Gap: How Prepared are Americans for Retirement?” held by the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging. Testifying at the hearing […]