By Rianka Dorsainvil
While you have dodged a health care bullet so far, the odds are you will need substantial health care in your later years.
By Philip Moeller
At first glance, fiscal planning can seem more complex and time-consuming than it’s worth. But according to Professor Harold Pollack of the University of Chicago, you can fit all the financial advice you’ll ever really need on a single index…
By PBS NewsHour, Sarah Clune Hartman
Keeping physically fit is always important, but as we age, it becomes even more imperative to maintaining quality of life. The same is true for financial fitness.
By Nora Daly
Social Security expert Larry Kotilkoff advises several couples nearing retirement how to collect benefits when one spouse hasn't worked outside the home.
By Laurence Kotlikoff
By Sam Weber
New evidence from behavioral economists, researchers who study the psychology behind financial decisions, is at the root of what a number of major companies are using to help consumers get a better fiscal foothold.
By PBS NewsHour
Behavioral science is behind a host of new online applications that nudge people into making better decisions on everything from health care to saving money.
Spencer Michels reports on a program that helps low-income people with no credit gain access to loans and financial counseling.
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