• / Free eNewsletters & Magazine
  • / My Account
Home>Debt Levels Double for Elderly Americans

Debt Levels Double for Elderly Americans

Financial Planning News

Thu, 21 Feb 2013

In 2010, U.S. households headed by seniors older than 75 carried an average of $27,409 in debt, up from $13,665 in 2007.

Related Videos

  1. Conditions Ripe for More Market Turbulence

    After a period of relative calm, the Italian elections and fight over the sequester underscore some of the structural problems facing the global economy; investors should be prepared for volatility, says Morningstar's Jeremy Glaser.

  2. How to Spot Con Men Before They Spot You

    Doug Shadel of the AARP provides a detailed outline of common scams and tactics con men use, reasons investors fall for them, and tips so that you don't become a victim of financial fraud yourself.

  3. Despite Recent Compromise, No Long-Term Tax Certainty

    Investors still need to plan for long-term tax hikes and keep AMT exposure, itemized deduction limitations, charitable distribution opportunities, and trust taxation on their radars, says Investor Solutions' John Pitlosh.

©2017 Morningstar Advisor. All right reserved.