U.S. policymakers can learn a lot from other countries' approaches.
For those worried about outliving their assets, Vanguard's Steve Utkus recommends buying inflation-hedged bonds, delaying Social Security, or investing in annuities.
Participants give up their lifetime benefits to take lump sums. Why?
An updated ratings methodology brings a few notable changes.
Controlling longevity risk is achievable, but clients have to decide what they're willing to give up to get it.
Panel discussion: Christine Benz, advisor Mark Balasa, and Morningstar columnist Mark Miller discuss how withdrawal rates, asset allocation, Social Security decisions, and long-term-care insurance factor into portfolio sustainability.
The whole point of TDiFs is to secure inflation-protected retirement income--which is also a central concern of ERISA.
The business model exerts its effects.
Bob Reynolds says the right public policy can fix the retirement gap.