What People Should Know About Improving Retirement Income...But Don't
The American College of Financial Services
The American College of Financial Services recently surveyed 1,244 consumers, ranging in age from 60 to 75 years old with at least $100,000 in assets other than their home, to measure their retirement income financial literacy. The survey measured Americans' retirement income financial literacy to determine which aspects of retirement income planning were most and least understood. The survey focused on taxes, inflation, Medicare, investments, long term care, life insurance, annuiteiten, Social Security, pensions, and housing. The results of the survey cast a bright light on acute and widespread gaps in retirement income knowledge.
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