Are You Going to Outlive Your Money?
Probably the only thing more uncomfortable than thinking about dying is thinking about outliving your money.
Retirement Planning for Singles: How Going It Alone Makes Saving Different
Singles have some advantages over married couples when it comes to planning for a secure retirement. But being single also has significant downsides.
You Can Fight Back Against 401(k) Fees
You won't be able to shake all the fees associated with your 401(k) plan, but you can trim down on all the extra charges for the funds within it.
Reduce Fees and Beef Up Your Retirement Portfolio
Retirement planning fees can eat away at your retirement fund -- unless you take these steps to stop it.
How Will Rising Interest Rates Affect My Retirement?
Higher interest rates are on the way, which could be a game changer for retirees.
Too Many Americans Are Uninterested, Under Invested In Retirement
U.S. retirement savers are losing ground financially - and it's their own fault.
Why Don’t Young Investors Trust Financial Advisors?
Many younger retirement savers aren't looking for help with financial advisors, and here's why.
Did You Sell on Black Monday? Here's What You Should Do
Investors who panicked on Black Monday should jump right back into the market because a pause often leads to many years of sitting on the sidelines.
How Retirement Investors Can Gain In Volatile Markets
Even when stock prices seem to be spinning out of control, a calm and collected retirement saver can gin up improved returns.
Covering Your Six on Wall Street: How To Protect Investments During A Major Market Correction
When volatility seems to come in unrelenting streams, even the bravest investor can get nervous. Here's how to avoid needless loss and keep from making a fear-driven mistake.
Retiree Travelers: 5 Vacation Ideas for Those with Physical Challenges
Many travel hot spots and cruise lines offer special amenities for seniors who have limited mobility.
3 Most Effective Retirement Strategies
The whiplash seen in stocks over the last week means your retirement savings strategy needs a little extra care.
Retirement Savers Should Be Hoping for a Lasting Market Crash
A little behind on saving for retirement? You need a grizzly bear market.
3 Mistakes That Will Steer Your Retirement Off Track
Chances are, you're ruining your prospects of a financially sound retirement.
What Is Distribution Diversification? And Why Should You Care?
If you thought managing risk in your retirement portfolio by diversifying asset allocation was tricky, wait until you meet distribution diversification.
Why Rebalancing to Play off Volatility Can Boost Returns in Retirement Portfolio
Investors should rebalance their portfolios based on the volatility of the market to increase the gains in their retirement portfolio.
Social Security Fears Are About the Solvency Issue
80 years later, Social Security is still a good idea—it just needs a little polish.
Betterment CEO Says Robo-Advisors Are Popular Among Boomers
Betterment, the largest automated investing service, is a juggernaut within the robo-advisor sphere: it has 100,000 customers who collectively invest more than $2.5 billion.
Traditional Retirement Is a Myth
When considering retirement, we talk about shifting the balance of our lives away from active employment into something else. But is that a possible reality?
The Epidemic of Senior Citizen Drug and Alcohol Abuse
17% may need treatment as Baby Boomer seniors change all the old rules of retirement
Stop Making These 3 Terrible Retirement Mistakes
Chances are, your retirement savings plan of attack, if you even have one, needs a tune up.
A Retirement Fund “Top Heavy” With Stocks Could Be Risky For Boomers
A retirement portfolio top heavy in stocks can tip over a baby boomer's late-in-life assets.
Are You Sure You Know the Difference Between a Roth 401(k) and a Traditional 401(k)?
If someone offered you the choice of $100,000 in a regular 401(k) or $100,000 in a Roth 401(k), which should you take?
Are You Sure You're Ready to Retire? Here's How to Find Out
Chances are, you're not quite set. Here are a few important financial nuances you need to consider.
Your Biggest Retirement Error: You're Doing It Wrong
If you're so worried about saving for your retirement, then why aren't you expanding your retirement plan beyond what your employer is offering?
Retirees Aren't Worried About Income, But Debt and Overspending Have Them Down
It's not just lack of income income that's really vexing retirees.
Why Your Financial Advisor Probably Won't Help You With These Two Issues
About one-third of financial advisors are willing to discuss two important retirement concerns with their clients. Here’s how to find one that does.
Retirement Is a Fairy Tale, According to Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers
The vast majority of both Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers believe the traditional definition of retirement is a “romantic fantasy of the past.”
How Your IRA and 401(k) Are in Grave Danger
Is your retirement imperiled by a more subversive challenge than you expected.
Backdoor Roth IRAs Can Give Your Retirement a Boost, Even If You Make Too Much
It's possible for anyone to contribute to a Roth IRA.