Reverse Mortgage
If you’ve thought about taking out a reverse mortgage, be aware that new rules that recently kicked in might make it harder for you to qualify.
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In the aftermath of the 2008 recession, boomer parents were besieged by millennial children boomeranging home to reclaim an old bedroom.
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Older Americans are carrying more mortgage debt and have accumulated less home equity than their peers a decade earlier, according to a  report by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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AARP applauds the Bipartisan Policy Center for highlighting the need for a real discussion about America's long-term care crisis and solutions to address it.
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What's quickly eating up a growing share of retirees' money these days? Not health care, as you might expect, according to a new report by the National Center for Policy Analysis.
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Would you have grave concerns about buying a home near a cemetery?
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The federal Commission on Long-Term Care voted Sept. 12 on its final recommendations, which will be included in the commission's final report later this month.
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Americans stayed put in record low numbers from 2005 until 2010, according to a new Census Bureau study. Only 35.4 percent of people moved during the period, the lowest rate ever recorded by the Census Current Population Survey, and 4.1 percent lower than during the previous five-year period.
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