These uncertain financial times may tempt baby boomers to make choices with their money that they normally wouldn’t make. Here are 10 bad decisions to watch out for.
Unless you're in the extreme minority, your 401(k) plan has some features that are lacking. Fix it.
Life insurance is often the foundation for preparations one makes for unexpected loss. In fact, it's considered a core element of sound financial planning.
With the market downturn in recent months, you may want to hit the free "undo" button on your Roth.
Minnesota, Washington and Oregon may have the best long-term care systems available to residents, industry experts say, but all states have a long way to go to offer adequate services for the elderly, sick and disabled.
The stock market's summer nosedive was extra painful for those who recently converted their Individual Retirement Accounts to Roths.
If financial advisers sell deferred gratification,does that make you want to run out to hire one?
Older Americans returning to the dating scene may be in for a surprise. Here is MainStreet's guide to avoiding culture shock for older daters.
Laid-off workers and aging baby boomers are flooding Social Security's disability program with benefit claims, pushing the financially strapped system toward the brink of insolvency.
It's not just old wives telling tales. Sometimes financial experts do it too.