Everyone knows the basics about retirement, but there are still some surprises hidden in the complexity. Test your retirement knowledge!
Only one person is responsible for your retirement plan — you. Find out how you can take charge with these simple steps.
Happy day! Your work career is finally officially over and your time is your own. Now what?
Retirement safety nets like pensions are fast becoming a thing of the past. Plan your own strategy with these easy tips to supercharge your retirement.
Think about taxes? Now? Absolutely! The tax moves you make today can pay off big next year — and long after.
For retirees looking to stretch their savings — and satisfy their wanderlust — these five nations are attractive retirement options.
If it wasn't important, we wouldn't keep saying it: Start a retirement account ASAP! Here's how.
If you think the retirement benefits at your job leave more to be desired, consider one of these alternatives!
You may know how fund expenses can sap retirement accounts, but some funds also have even sneakier fees you should be aware of.
It's important to be there for your kids, but how much help is too much help? Consider these factors before settling on an old living arrangement.
Avoiding that talk with your spouse about retirement will cost you both, eventually. Here's how to start talking — and planning your future.
Today we found some stellar articles on retiring early, saving on wedding reception food, and simple ways to cut household expenses.
Most of us know about 401(k)s and IRAs, but annuities remain a mystery. Learn the basics about this often-overlooked (but useful) retirement investment tool.
The usual advice is to never, ever borrow from a retirement account. Here are a couple of scenarios when it might be a good idea.
While retirement itself may seem an impossible dream, with good planning and aggressive saving, you may be able to actually retire — early.
A real retirement seems to be moving further from reach. Bring it closer with good planning and realistic expectations.
One quirk of the tax law is that any contributions to a Roth IRA before April 15 count against last year's limits. Here are four good reasons to open one now.
Funding the personal finance Big Three — debt repayment, retirement, and emergency cash — is possible if you follow a balanced plan, like this one.
Today we found some stellar articles on having a better retirement, getting ahead when living paycheck to paycheck, and sticking to your resolutions.
Many people are making these critical mistakes in their retirement planning. Are you one of them?
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