Workers nearing retirement should a take close look at their retirement funds. With aggressive saving, there's still time to top off those accounts for a comfortable retirement.
New investors have a lot of advice to sift through — and it's not all good. Learn what to ignore and what to pay attention to.
For those of us in our 20s, managing our finances is stressful enough, and saving for retirement can seem impossible. But you CAN make it happen — here's how.
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Depending on your situation and your goals, opting out of your 401(k) plan can be a smart financial decision.
With dozens of account types available, retirement planning can seem overwhelming. Read this to better understand your choices.
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We're told again and again that feeding a 401(k) guarantees a sturdy retirement. But is that really your best savings option?
It can be hard to save money for a rainy day...or rainy years. Learn why you should, and why thinking about it as a gift can help.
Starting a new job? Great! Just remember to make these key moves to keep your finances in order.
Help get your 2012 tax year off to a good start by taking a few simple tax and finance steps.
Want to start your dream business but don't have the funds? There's a way to tap your 401(k) without the normal early withdrawal penalties.
Boost your retirement savings while reducing your tax liability by taking advantage of these retirement planning strategies.
Retirement planning may not be high on every entrepreneur's to-do list, but it should be.
From hiring your children to changing your accounting methods, make these changes in 2011 to ensure you pay fewer taxes in 2012.
More aggressive and less conventional than typical retirement plans, guerrilla retirement goes beyond the 401(k). Here's how to prepare for your own guerrilla retirement.
If you quit checking your 401(k) balance last year, because the market crash made it too depressing, now might be a good time to take a fresh look. It'll still be well down from t
Your IRA and 401(k) (or 403(b) if you work for a non-profit) are great tools for deferring taxes, and have other advantages as well. But because they're labeled "retirement" accou
Everybody knows that retirement accounts like 401(k)s and IRAs offer great tax advantages (and once upon a time--and maybe again someday--a corporate match). But people who have p
Don't get confused by the way your money's divided up. It might be split up into IRAs, 401(k)s, 403(b)s, 529 plans, and annuities. Separately from that, it might be invested in d
If there are two pieces of financial advice that get hammered more often than any others, they're "Get out of debt" and "Put enough in your 401(k) to get any corporate match." Wi
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