Demystifying Investment Lingo to Manage Your Retirement Better
Wading through the catchy phrases and arcane vernacular used by financial advisors and Wall Street can be vexing.
Generation X Is Better Prepared for Retirement Than Baby Boomers
More Gen X-ers, or those between the ages of 35 and 49, are saving more for their retirement than Baby Boomers, those between the ages of 50 and 68.
Retirement Confidence Among Americans Is On The Rise But Still Requires Vigilance
Retirement plan participation is lower for the self-employed and employees of smaller sized companies.
Should I Get a Roth IRA or a Traditional IRA? How to Decide
It's an perennial question in personal finance when it comes to retirement planning: should you get contribute to a Roth IRA or a traditional IRA?
401(k) Plans Are Not Helping Employees Meet Their Retirement Goals
Too many investors are still not saving enough for retirement because their company 401(k) plan is charging high fees, hiding opportunity costs and offering intimidating websites.
Employees Winning 401(k) Lawsuits Over High Fees and Other Shortcomings
Employees have been fighting back against high 401(k) fees and recent lawsuits have proven that the courts are siding with them.
5 Investments You Need to Make (or At Least Talk About) Before You Turn 40
Forty may indeed be the new 30, but that doesn't mean your investments should look as young as you feel.
How Much Is Enough for Retirement? Americans Are Still Falling Short
Even as the length of retirement is increasing, most Americans are not saving enough — with the median 401(k)/IRA balance for households approaching retirement only at about $110,000.
4 Tips on How to Live a Fulfilling but Frugal Life Throughout Retirement
You can live a great life in retirement without spending too much, if you play it right.
How to Enjoy Retirement Without Going Broke: 6 Tips for Older Americans
Financial pros offer practical money advice for a frugal yet fabulous retirement.