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.
Whether due to choice or financial circumstance, some people choose to keep on keeping on rather than retire. Which one are you?
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?
Investing sounds so complicated — and risky. This simple plan removes the complexity and helps you understand and tolerate the risks.
Classic asset allocation teaches investors to diversify for safety. Apply this strategy to your retirement to keep the bills paid, even in a bad economy.
In the spirit of friendly cross-border competition, Canada and the U.S. face-off on retirement. Which country offers the best deal for retirees?
With dozens of account types available, retirement planning can seem overwhelming. Read this to better understand your choices.
To improve your financial future, you must first decide on your financial goals and then create a plan to reach them. Here's how to do both.
New rules will make it easier to monitor fees charged by your 401(k) account administrator. Here's how to avoid paying many of them.
Retirement planning can seem overwhelming, but don't let that overrule common sense. Instead, follow these seven essentials for a successful future.
Stop worrying that you won't have enough money in retirement. Instead, follow these tips to ensure you remain financially comfortable as long as you live.
As the economy remains shaky, retirement can seem oh-so-unattainable. But there are ways to make it work — and even make your retirement enjoyable.
Retirement planning may not be high on every entrepreneur's to-do list, but it should be.
Focusing on your current income is a good start to retirement planning, but you also need to think about spending to truly have a well-funded retirement.
The year isn't over yet, but it's not too early to think about setting up a qualified retirement plan for 2011.
Whenever I write about calculating how much money you need to retire, some people disagree strongly with the whole idea that there is such a figure. One told me, "The only correct
There's a rule of thumb that's pretty well known to retirement planners: the 4% rule. That rule is starting to look kind of iffy.
People have a notion that they must amass a certain amount of money, no matter how long it takes, before they can retire. But what if it took you 40 years of work to reach $1 milli
You expect to spend your retirement years living in Costa Rica. Your spouse expects to stay local and join the golf club.
And you don’t figure this out until the day before you re
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