Why Empty-Nest Spending Is Making the Retirement Crisis Worse
The American College New York Life Center for Retirement Income
A curious finding about what happens when children grow up and leave home has created something of a mystery in the retirement planning community. Academics have long theorized that at the empty-nest stage, parents have more disposable income and step up their retirement saving.
Konigsberg, Ruth Davis, "Why Empty-Nest Spending Is Making the Retirement Crisis Worse" (2016). In the News. 1392.