Retirement

October 8, 2019

Consumer Credit Climbs Higher Than Expected

U.S. consumer credit increased more than forecast in August as school loans and other non-revolving debt rose by the most in three years. Total credit climbed […]
September 24, 2019

Most Americans Anxious AboutTheir Debt

Adults in the U.S. over the age of 18 say they have an average of $29,800 in personal debt (not including mortgages), and 15% of Americans […]
September 9, 2019

Most Americans Have Tapped Their Retirement Savings

Approximately 52% of respondents admit to tapping their retirement savings account early for a purpose other than retiring, according to a survey by MagnifyMoney.  The Investment […]
August 19, 2019

Foreclosure Activity Down 18% from 2018

Foreclosure reports are down 18% from a year ago, according to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions.  This represents an 82% decline in foreclosures from […]
July 12, 2019

33% of Americans Have Cut Their Spending

When it comes to money, do most people prefer to spend, save, donate or invest?  The answer may come as a surprise. Contrary to what you […]
June 18, 2019

Business Owners Lack Confidence About Their Financial Future

A new survey of more than 1,000 high net worth business owners finds 95% of respondents are very or somewhat confident their financial plans will sustain […]
June 6, 2019

Household Debt Hits $13.67 Trillion

Total U.S. household debt rose 0.9% from the prior quarter to $13.67 trillion in the first three months of 2019, about in line with the pace […]
June 5, 2019

Consumer Confidence Surges to Near 18-Year High

Expectations of economic growth paint a sunny picture for summer home buying with consumer confidence approaching an 18-year high. Potential buyers positively assessed income, business and […]
March 29, 2019

Americans Have Golden Outlook on Retirement

According to the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), running out of retirement savings is a top concern among retirees. Healthcare costs and maintaining lifestyle are the […]