Middle class retirees – Exploring retirement from the viewpoint of everyday Americans

10 Years After the Crisis: Middle-Income Boomers Rebounding But Not Recovered

10 Years After the Crisis: Middle-Income Boomers Rebounding But Not Recovered

Middle-income Americans were overwhelmed by the financial crisis and recession that began in 2007. Now, as unemployment is low and the stock market booms, this report examines how Boomers are faring 10 years after the crisis, and how it affected their confidence, behaviors and retirement expectations. More.

Paying for the New Retirement: Responsibilities and Challenges for Middle-Income Boomers

Paying for the New Retirement: Responsibilities and Challenges for Middle-Income BoomersDownload the Full Study

Today, about four in 10 (39%) members of the Boomer generation identify themselves as retired. As Boomers are a large and dynamic generation, the Bankers Life Center for a Secure Retirement checked in with middle-income Boomers to see how retirement is shaping up for this generation. More.

The Healthiest—and Most Affordable—U.S. Cities for Retirees

America’s Best Cities for a Healthy (and More Affordable) Retirement

A retirement lifestyle that supports healthy living can vary widely depending on where one lives. Communities with green space, clean air and water, quality health care, and strong economies will offer retirees the highest quality of life. To find out which cities do this best, this new study determines the healthiest—and most affordable—metropolitan areas for retirees. More.


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