Here's What Happens To Retirees Who Treat Their IRA Savings Like The Lottery
Some 43 million taxpayers have an IRA in the U.S. with total reported value of more than $5 trillion but the recommended maximum draw rate is only 4%
For Best Retirement Savings Results, Ignore Your Investments
A Columbia Business School researcher suggests a little attention goes a long way.
Fewer People Made Financial Resolutions, but Here's What You Should Vow Now
The New Year's financial resolution is on the decline, and that's unfortunate, given the power of planning and discipline on long-term wealth creation strategies.
Tough at the Top: The Most CEOs Fired Last Year Since 2008
The number of women replacing men in the top job increased by nearly 70%.
Deadline for Planning a Truly Happy Retirement? Five Years Before
If you're looking to put the finishing touches on your retirement plans, a study has a suggestion on timing and a report back on quality of life.
There's a Trick for Seniors Counting on Medicaid for Long-Term Care
Medicaid just doesn't have the money to cover that many long-term care consumers. Something has to give, and it looks like that could be your house and bank account.
Self Employed Retirement Plans: How to Choose Between a SEP IRA or Solo 401(k)
If you’re self employed, choosing a retirement plan is likely the last thing on your mind, but it doesn’t have to be difficult.
The Changing Landscape of Socially Responsible Investing: Q&A With an Expert
If you've ever bought a mutual fund and silently grimaced because it might be investing your money in unsavory ways, then you might want to think about socially responsible investing.
Retirement Planning for the Rich: Why High Earners Need to Save More
Retirement planning is a challenge regardless of your pre-retirement income.
Too Broke to Save Money? Millions of Americans Apparently Think So
Anyone can save at least 1% as long as they budget carefully, spend intentionally and take advantage of financial tools, an expert says.