Why Low Interest Rates Hurt Retirees

The COVID-19 economic crisis is a perfect storm for retirement savings with near-zero interest rates, early Social Security benefit claiming, some using their retirement accounts to make ends meet, and the looming insolvency of the Social Security Trust Fund: Wharton Prof. Olivia S. Mitchell discusses with Knowledge@Wharton.Read More

Solving the Long-Term Care Financing Puzzle in the Wake of COVID-19

Long-term care in the United States has long been underfunded and had its problems ignored, which set the stage for COVID-19 infection and death in care facilities. Nora Super, Jason Davis, and Caroline Servat of the Milken Institute outline several public and private options to improve care financing, via the RetireSecure blog.Read More