For most of us a 401(k) is our primary retirement savings vehicle. Don't undercut your earnings by allowing your 401(k) to fall behind.
Retiring early seems like such a dream, but for those who plan ahead, it's a reality. Find out what they're doing with their time now.
Now that Social Security offers early retirement, it's tempting to take the money and run. Before you do, understand how much you're giving up.
Many of Bernie Madoff's clients said "I thought he was my friend." Find out if your adviser is a friendly, but unscrupulous salesman and not the ethical adviser he should be.
Several retirement contribution limits are raised, Obamacare penalty triples, myRA officially launches and many more tax and social security changes.
Most experts agree you should "never" borrow from your retirement accounts, with a few exceptions, such as these.
Retirees can stretch their pensions (and their imaginations) by retiring overseas. Consider these affordable locales and start planning now!
Most of us have all of our retirement eggs in the 401(k) basket. Maximize your fund's growth by making these powerful plan moves.
Unless you've got an extra deep retirement fund (and no allergies), you should probably cross these potential retirement locales off your list.
Whether due to choice or financial circumstance, some people choose to keep on keeping on rather than retire. Which one are you?
Today we found some very cool articles on common retirement planning mistakes, amazing ways to use balloons, and stocking your medicine cabinet for less.
It's great to be able to DIY your money, but some jobs require the skills of a pro. Be the smart about when to seek professional financial advice.
If you've got some retirement savings, you're doing well! Follow these guidelines to keep your savings as strong as possible.
After years of hard work, diligent saving, and careful planning the big day finally arrives and you've retired. Now what?
Today we found some stellar articles on retirement planning mistakes, money rules that nobody will ever teach you, and budgeting on a variable income.
The good news is that two-thirds of Americans have saved at least something for retirement. Do any of these explanations sound familiar?
Before you downsize and leave town for retirement, make sure where you want to live meshes with how you want to live.
Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on retirement!
Saving a big hunk of money for retirement — up to a cool million — is not complicated or hard. All you have to do is this one thing, every month.
Health care costs make up a big part of retiree spending. Plan for a healthy finances and a healthy body today to make a big difference tomorrow.
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