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What Is the Full Retirement Age?

Understanding what full retirement age means has important implications for timing retirement.

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Should Retirees Worry About Rising Home Values and Taxes?

Many states offer protection for seniors amid rising home values in the real estate market. It's essential that you know your rights.

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What’s Included in a Comprehensive Retirement Plan?

A comprehensive retirement plan includes strategies for minimizing taxes, covering rising healthcare costs, and more.

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How to Refinance a Reverse Mortgage

Much like refinancing a traditional mortgage, borrowers can refinance a reverse mortgage. Here's what you need to know about the process.

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How Much Money Can You Get From a Reverse Mortgage?

Wondering how much money can you get from a reverse mortgage? Learn about the different types of reverse mortgage and how they work.

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Planning for Long-Term Care in Retirement

Chances are you'll need long-term care in retirement. Putting a plan in place now can help you cover the cost and protect your assets.

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Does the Bank Own Your House With a Reverse Mortgage?

Asking, "Does the bank own your house with a reverse mortgage?" A reverse mortgage taps home equity, but the bank does not own the house.

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A Guide to Homeowner’s Insurance

There's more to know about homeowner's insurance than the amount of your policy's monthly premium.  Learn more about coverage and types.

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What Happens During Reverse Mortgage Counseling?

Reverse mortgage counseling clears up any questions you may have before you sign on the dotted line. Here's how it works.

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What Paperwork Do I Need to Get a Reverse Mortgage?

Applying for a reverse mortgage is similar to a traditional mortgage, but there are some differences in the documentation required.