Role Reversal

Senior citizens seeking an influx of cash are increasingly tapping into their most valuable asset home equity for a reverse mortgage. For older homeowners able to overcome psychological resistance to increasing debt in retirement, these types of mortgages can be a tremendous boon, allowing seniors to supplement their fixed income, and compensate for downward-spiraling stocks. What's more, when combined

Senior citizens seeking an influx of cash are increasingly tapping into their most valuable asset — home equity — for a reverse mortgage. For older homeowners able to overcome psychological resistance to increasing debt in retirement, these types of mortgages can be a tremendous boon, allowing seniors to supplement their fixed income, and compensate for downward-spiraling stocks. What's more, when combined with traditional estate- and financial-planning techniques such as wealth-replacement t

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