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S&P: Getting healthy, wealthy and wise

May 4, 2010

Standard & Poor's Equity Research's fundamental outlook for the health care services industry for the next 12 months is positive. S&P's health care equity analytical group thinks most services, including home health care, rehabilitation services,...

S&P picks: Why the biotech sector looks healthy

March 8, 2010

Standard & Poor's Equity Research recently upgraded its outlook for the biotechnology industry to positive from neutral. Steven Silver, S&P's biotechnology equity analyst, thinks the industry is positioned for renewed investor interest in 2010,...

HSA assets grew more than 62% last year, Celent study shows

June 29, 2009

Despite the downturn in the economy, the number of health savings accounts and assets held in the plans continue to grow, a new study released today showed. From January 2008 to January 2009, there was an increase of 46.1% in the number of HSAs....

Funding LTC insurance absent from cliets' to-do list

June 7, 2009

Advisers are struggling to get clients — especially baby boomers — to think about funding long term care in the face of depleted investment portfolios. Planning to pay for health care needs in retirement has taken a back seat to replenishing...

From elder planning to implementation

May 17, 2015

Not to beat a dead horse, but the population in the United States is getting older and older. Most everyone has heard the statistic that 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day. Couple that with the fact that life expectancies continue to grow....

Tips for managing clients' health care expenses in retirement

March 27, 2017

Survey after survey shows that health care expenses in retirement are a top concern for clients, and financial advisers are finally taking notice. According to a 2017 Survey conducted by The American College of Financial Services, advisers reported...

Wrangling clients' health care costs in retirement

November 2, 2014

Advisers are trying to get their arms around the uncertainty of health care expenses in old age. Financial advisers have an array of tools at their disposal to construct a client's portfolio while accumulating assets. They can also create models...

Doing complex Medicare and tax bracket math

January 26, 2014

Retirement planning for most advisers consists of helping clients build a sufficient nest egg during the accumulation phase of their working lives and then formulating a plan to generate enough income to provide a comfortable retirement. If...

Health care exchanges aren't meant for retirees

October 20, 2013

The new health insurance exchanges have dominated headlines in recent weeks, with tales ranging from computer glitches that have prevented millions of uninsured Americans from signing up for coverage to a federal government shutdown triggered...

HSAs: Rx for health care reform

June 3, 2013

Workplace-based health insurance is following in the footsteps of retirement benefits. In response to rising premiums over the past few years and fear of the unknown when Affordable Care Act changes kick in next year, increasing numbers of employers...

Alzheimer's epidemic puts advisers — and their practices — at risk

February 24, 2013

The number of Americans with Alzheimer's disease is expected to nearly triple by 2050. This impending epidemic will put even more pressure on advisers as they try to help clients prepare for the possibility of a costly health crisis. According...

Job satisfaction tied to benefits satisfaction, survey finds

April 27, 2018

The happier employees are with their benefits, the happier and more satisfied they are overall, according to an analysis of survey data by the Employee Benefit Research Institute. The data, from EBRI's 2017 Health and Workplace Benefits Survey,...

Mary Beth Franklin: Talk health care to clients — or lose them

October 29, 2012

Discussing health care costs in retirement with clients is new territory for many financial advisers. In fact, few say they have the knowledge and resources to do it well. That's a real problem, since four in five advisers say they know if they...

Employer-sponsored retiree benefits fading

October 28, 2012

Employees are managing expectations in retirement as employers reduce health benefits for retirees. Data from the Employee Benefit Research Institute show that in 1997, 10.2% of private-sector employers provided health insurance to Medicare-eligible...

Mary Beth Franklin: Advisers and clients don't talk Medicare

October 3, 2012

Despite the serious concerns that many retirees have over rising health care costs, fewer than one-third of those who work with a financial adviser have ever discussed their Medicare plans, according to a new nationwide survey released Thursday....

Is Medicare the next frontier for financial advice?

May 7, 2012

Here's the latest riddle in retirement planning: What is one of pre-retirees' biggest fears that they don't discuss with their financial adviser? Answer: health care A new survey by Nationwide Financial released Monday says nearly half of high-net...

The rich are betting they can buy their way to a longer life

April 20, 2018

Money might not buy love, but it can buy better health. And, to live as long as possible, the world's wealthy are willing to pay up. Over the past few decades, the average person's lifespan has risen almost everywhere in the world. In China,...

Boomers ignorant about Medicare

October 2, 2011

Most baby boomers, even those past retirement age, say that they don't know much about Medicare, the federal health insurance plan for seniors. And their ignorance could end up costing them money. In a survey conducted by the National Council...

Health savings account limits to increase for some in 2017

July 29, 2016

Health savings accounts, which were established in 2003 to allow individuals and families to save money from their paychecks in tax-deferred accounts, have been touted as a great way to save for medical expenses both today and in retirement....

55- to 64-year-olds most likely to have health insurance in ’07, EBRI study says

July 28, 2009

Adults 55 to 64 were most likely to have health care coverage in 2007, according to a study from the Employee Benefits Research Institute. According to the study, which was published today in the August issue of EBRI Notes, 2% of adults between...

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