Ameriprise Study: Majority of American Couples Feel Confident About Managing Their Finances But Still Disagree About Money

Minneapolis(September 21, 2016) Money tops the list as the most important and frequent topic of conversation between couples, according to new research released by Ameriprise Financial (NYSE: AMP). Yet, while the majority of couples claim to be on the same page about their finances, there are many areas in which the duos don’t always see eye to eye. The Ameriprise study on couples and money surveyed more than 1,500 couples between the ages of 25-70, asking questions to both members in the relationship to determine if their perspectives on money were aligned. While three-quarters (77%) of couples say they agree on most financial matters, more than a third also recognize there is room for improvement.

Ameriprise Study Asks: “How Will You Pay Yourself in Retirement?”

MINNEAPOLISMar. 2, 2016 For most people, the decision to retire comes with many considerations, primary among them, “How will I pay for my living expenses after I stop receiving a paycheck?”  New research from Ameriprise Financial (NYSE: AMP) posed this question to baby boomers and found surprising differences between those who have already retired and those who are still in the workforce.