Ruin your retirement
Retiring is not mandatory. You can stay shackled to a job until your last gasp if you follow these steps.
Downsize your life
At best, downsizing is sometimes undesirable; at worst, it suggests failure. But it can be a smart move.
Retirement income options
Saving for retirement is easy compared to what comes next: converting your savings to an income that lasts for your lifetime.
Protect your surviving spouse
Think ahead to provide your spouse with a manageable income in case you're first to shed your mortal coil.
Retirement savings for millennials
people don't tend to think about saving for
retirement when they're juggling debts. But
save they must, say experts.
rollover not a slam-dunk move
your 401(k) assets to an IRA rollover is usually,
but not always, the best move.
Managing health care costs
need to save a bundle of money not just for
retirement, but for your share of health care
ways to spot 401(k) abuse
year the government investigated more than
1300 cases of 401(k) mismanagement or malfeasance.
Here's what you can do.
food or caviar?
share stories about how they prepared for
retirement -- or how they did not.