Americans are "job hopping" more frequently these days, which can mean your retirement savings are taking a hit.
Millions of 401(k) accounts have made up lost ground over the past 10 months. The question now is how to keep from backsliding.
Americans still have confidence in their retirement plans, according to an Investment Company Institute survey.
Putting together a list of year-end financial steps? If you’re self-employed, here’s one more to consider — setting up an Individual 401(k).
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?
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.