If you lost your job you face an important choice: keep your old 401(k), shift to a new employer’s, cash out or roll into an IRA? Here's how to decide.
The Obama administration dropped a plan to make it easier for brokerages to give 401(k) advice. Where, then, should you go for help?
A new study is out saying that financial consumers over the age of 53 start losing focus and proper decision-making skills on key financial issues.
Many savers sock money away in traditional IRAs even if they don’t get a tax deduction. This practice can minimize taxes if you convert to a Roth.
There's a new index that measures how well 401(k) plans for thousands of companies are preparing their employees for retirement.
There are some alternatives to a 401(k) or a pension plan. One that may be available in January offers a pension-like retirement benefit and a 401(k).
A new study finds that 401(k) outlooks might not be as bad as expected a year ago, thanks to savers' behavior this year.
For those with little education, "retirement" involves continuing to work — and that will likely become more common, a new study finds.
Automatic retirement-plan enrollment is getting more popular in the U.S., with higher participation rates adding about $8 billion a year.
Should you invest in a 401(k)? Sure. Absolutely. All the experts say so. That’s probably true for most people most of the time, but not always.