Half of Americans Die With Virtually No Money

Many of us boomers and older adults fear that we’ll retire with too little saved, and that over time, we’ll outlive our savings and die with empty pockets. Well, a study has now confirmed our worst fears:  46 percent of people die with either no financial assets, or less than $10,000. Many of these households didn’t own a home (or gave up ownership later in life) and relied almost entirely on Social Security benefits for income, according to the recent analysis of households …