Because of the Great Recession, it appears some companies suspending their 401(k) match may not restore it completely.
What do you do if your employer eliminates your 401(k) match?
A 401(k) is a great way to save for retirement, so if your employer offers one, you should make the most of it.
More hybrid 401(k)/annuity plans are popping up as people look to ensure an income throughout retirement.
Rep. George Miller, a California Democrat and chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee wants to reform 401(k) plans.
If your investment holdings are tied up in real estate or other difficult-to sell assets, you may not have as much access to your money as you’d think.
To determine if your 401(k) is on track, here are some quick and easy tips.
401(k) plans that automatically increase contributions may help more people save enough for retirement.
That 401(k) may no longer be the best place to keep your retirement funds.
Still have money in a 401(k) at a former employer? Here's how to roll your retirement savings into an IRA instead of cashing out.