Celebrate Independence Day by considering your own plan to escape to retirement.
Some people see tiny homes as a liberating lifestyle, enabling them to free up resources for other things besides a big house payment.
Now that same-sex marriage is legal everywhere, it is important for couples to take another look at their retirement planning.
Avoiding a fall is a lot cheaper than recovering from one.
Employers who offer retirement benefits get a lot of bang for their bucks.
Do you know your spouse’s income or the size of his or her nest egg? If the answer is no, you’re not alone.
Millennials are committed to good money management habits and in many ways show up boomers and Gen X.
Don’t rely on one or the other. Do both, says one financial researcher.
One retirement plan, one set of rules and limited fees should be enough for retirement savers, says economist John Friedman.
A new report emphasizes that Social Security is spending more than it is taking in and we need to collect more taxes or spend less on the program.