Relying too much on your financial planner may be costing you. Make sure you retire the smart way, with your interests at the forefront — and not your adviser's.
There's one silver lining to retirement planning: These five expenses are likely to dwindle in your golden years.
Retirement may seem like a distant dot on the horizon, but if you make these costly money moves today, you'll really regret it later.
Good for you for starting that retirement fund! Your future self will thank you. Now, let's get you brushed up on some key terms.
You and your spouse are in it together for all things, including retirement savings. Make sure you're saving enough for both of you.
Marriage and money mean being on the same page. Don't forget your retirement, too!
Put the fearmongering to rest. These harmful Social Security myths are a hazard to your money.
Congrats on the new gig! Before you start celebrating, make sure you aren't making these crucial mistakes with your new benefits.
Today we found articles on smart moves for early retirement, how to have a tailgating party indoors, and ways to save money on a family vacation.
For most retirement plans the penalty for early withdrawal can be hefty. Here's a surprising, if complex, alternative.
American retirement isn't what it used to be. Are you adapting with the changing times?
Pave the way for a smart retirement by boosting your Social Security payout first.
Most Americans depend on Social Security in retirement. That's why it's critical to know these 13 Social Security terms.
What's keeping you from saving enough money for a secure retirement?
Americans are not very good at saving for retirement. If retirement is looming your horizon, start doing a better job of preparing.
Today we found articles on roadblocks to a secure retirement, things you shouldn't wait until Black Friday to buy, and a surprise fee that you might find when you rent a car.
If Social Security is your primary post-retirement income, it may be time to move. Maybe to one of these five low-cost U.S. cities.
Retirement should be for relaxing. But if you keep up these four habits, you'll spend your golden years broke.
Don't navigate the murky waters of debt alone. A credit counselor may be the guiding light you need.
With retirement just five years away, you can't afford not to make these smart financial moves.
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