Articles by Moeller, Philip
Most people save retirement assets for rainy-day shocks and big health needs.
Recession puts millions of grandparents back to work at office and helping families at home.
Ignorance about the nation's primary financial safety net is high even among those near retirement.
Treating macular degeneration -- America’s number one cause of age-related blindness.
As plans slowly recover from market losses, it's hard to know the true financial condition of pensions.
If you're approaching retirement age, you should explore best solutions for you and your spouse.
Medicare Advantage policies will be hit especially hard, despite recession and very low rates of inflation.
Volunteer activities down as baby boomers look after their own; retired people doing less, too.
Here are some entertainment ideas that cost little but can pay off in new friendships.
Research shows planners fare better than people forced to sell their homes when circumstances change.