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.
Retirees can stretch their pensions (and their imaginations) by retiring overseas. Consider these affordable locales and start planning now!
Investing early and often is smart money management — usually. Avoid these common mistakes and you'll keep your portfolio safe and growing.
For a few reasons — some unfair — women face obstacles to money that men do not. Learn about those obstacles — and learn how to overcome them.
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.
Sad stories of spendthrift athletes wasting millions are all too common. But for these five footballers, frugal lifestyles keep their finances fit.
A first job teaches plenty about getting and keeping a job. A first paycheck teaches us a few things about getting and keeping money, too.
On September 25th, Kiplinger and NAPFA will be holding Jump-Start Your Retirement Plan Day to help answer all your retirement questions!
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?
Tell us where you want to retire and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
ETFs? Index funds? Stocks? Where should you put your retirement money? It depends on your situation and goals. Here's how to decide.
Yes, investing is complicated and difficult. But it's not as bad as you think.
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!
Buying a home is a big decision and if you don't do it right, you could be paying for years and years. Use cash flow to help make the right choice.
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.
These easy to make mistakes can hurt your 401(k) — and ultimately your retirement. Are you doing any of these things?
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?
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