A survey says we don't see the doctor or take steps to get healthier, and we have no idea how much money we'll need for decent health care in retirement.
If you're reluctant about planning for your future, read this.
U.S. workers having a tough time with retirement savings may have help from an unlikely source their employer.
Merrill Lynch managing director David Tyrie discusses the new retirement realities and says that more Boomers expect to support their kids.
Whether it’s for money or for love of work, more and more people are choosing to delay retirement. Maybe you should too.
How do you deal with the five-year look-back period for giving away assets before qualifying for Medicaid nursing home coverage?
If you're looking for work after retirement, keep in mind that you likely have more assets and advantages than you think.
Lack of confidence in funding a decent retirement is at the lowest level since 1990, a study says.