- THE WEALTH TRANSFER. Nayyar, Seema // American Demographics;May2003, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p6
Focuses on the transfer of wealth to the Baby Boom generation in the U.S. Sum of all U.S. inheritances to be distributed over the next half-century from 2003, according to mathematical calculations by sociologist Paul Schervish and his colleagues at Boston College; Factors fueling skepticism...
- Boomers await inheritance. Rodgers, Steve // Credit Union Magazine;Jun2001, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p8
Deals with the growing market of baby boomers in the United States. Estimate amount of wealth to be transferred to the baby boomer generation; Significance of the market growth to financial service providers.
- Hedge Funds buying into funeral industry. // Funeral Monitor;8/11/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 30, p5
The article reports that hedge funds are buying into the funeral industry. According to the online newsletter "FINalternatives," a pair of high-profile hedge funds have taken big stakes in funeral-home and cemetery companies to profit from the increasing death rate of Baby Boomers in the U.S....
- GREAT Expectations. Weiss, Michael J. // American Demographics;May2003, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p26
Presents information on wealth transfer to the Baby Boom generation in the U.S. as of 2003. Estimated amount received by Baby Boomers in the next decade; Percentage who have received a bequest, according to the 1998 Survey of Consumer Finances poll; Expenses faced by Baby Boomers; Approximate...
- FIRST: Parents who'd rather not take it with them. BRAVERMAN, BETH // Money;Aug2012, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p11
This article discusses a report by life insurance company Allianz indicating that only 14 per cent of baby boomer generation individuals' parents feel they are obligated to leave their children an inheritance and offers tips on 21st century legacy planning for both adult children and parents.
- Coming soon: A wealth of riches. Merrick, Bill // Credit Union Magazine;Jun2001, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p64
Discusses issues related to credit unions and the transfer of wealth to the baby boomer generation in the United States. Significance of their inheritance; Reason for the increasing awareness about the stock market; Forecast on household earnings.
- Don't Count on the Inheritance, Junior. // Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2001, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p27
Focuses on the economic aspect of the inheritance expected by the baby boom generation in the United States. Estimated value of the baby boomers' inheritance; Argument on why the inheritance will not materialize.
- Too much baby-boomer business is by the numbers. Harrington, Mike // CEE News;Sep2002, Vol. 54 Issue 9, p46
Comments on the treatment of baby boomers on statistics in the U.S. Views of British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli on statistics; Effect of the market condition on the economy; Obsession of corporations on revenue-producing properties.
- The baby boom turns 50. Russell, Cheryl // American Demographics;Dec95, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p22
Reports that, despite baby boom's 50th birthday celebration, boomers will account for a small share of the market for the next decade. Midlife crises; Midlife adventures; Midlife spenders; Reunions; Reference materials. INSETS: Boomers re-unite;Demogram.