A reverse mortgage could allow some financial planners to help their clients avoid surcharges associated with Medicare benefits, according to an article at ThinkAdvisor.
A new article in a New York-area magazine describes four scenarios in which a reverse mortgage may be a good idea for some seniors to explore.
A reverse mortgage could be a cost-effective way for a senior to age in place in their own home, according to an article at MarketWatch authored by NextAvenue.
With an influx of seniors putting additional pressure on retirement finances, a financial advisor could be well-suited to involve a reverse mortgage professional in a client’s planning process according to a new article in Financial Advisor magazine.
A new survey reveals statistics related to Americans’ savings during the pandemic, which could impact retirement plans for many.
New research conducted by Dr. Wade Pfau suggests additional uses for reverse mortgages that the wider senior population may not be aware of, according to an article published by CNBC.
An article in the New York Times details how American seniors, nonprofit organizations and even retailers are taking further action to facilitate the safe aging in place of the older population.
Some seniors are finding a transition to digital services troublesome, exemplified by a story from the state of Colorado in which a preschool teacher has had to add 10 hours to a social worker’s week to learn how to properly use a new unemployment system.
When determining how best to make the transition into retirement, sometimes downsizing can be avoided by considering “outside-the-box” alternatives including a reverse mortgage.
A new advice column from the Washington Post advises cash-strapped seniors who have written in that a reverse mortgage may be worth consideration, with some caveats.