Companies offering 401(k) plans are increasingly scrutinizing fees as a result of lawsuits and government regulation.
A new report on Americans’ retirement prospects is pretty gloomy, underscoring the need for many people to tighten their belts and work longer.
Stock market volatility can make investors want to jump ship into bonds. Is shifting around your 401(k) funds a good idea?
Here are some of the biggest mistakes workers are making when it comes to 401(k) plans and retirement saving.
A common complaint about 401(k) plans is that their investment options can be limited. Is that really true?
It’s mostly larger companies leading the way, but momentum is on the rise for the popular 401(k) match.
By now, most investors know something about Roth IRAs, but there may be another option: investing in a Roth 401(k) at work.
There are some things you can do to improve the performance of your employer-sponsored retirement plan.
Financial advisers have long fretted over the casual attitude investors have toward 401(k)s, but now there’s a sign people are paying more attention.
Americans who plan to save $1 million for retirement may fall short of their goal by a wide margin, advisers say.