Your compensation package is more than just pay. Do you know the benefits your company offers?
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.
One retirement plan, one set of rules and limited fees should be enough for retirement savers, says economist John Friedman.
A GAO study finds that Social Security remains the largest component of household income in retirement, making up an average of 52 percent of household income for those age 65 and older.
Lots of people sign up for a 401(k), then forget about it. But for best results, take a look regularly.
A 25-year-old who gives up one latte a day and saves the money for retirement will hit the jackpot.
Do you have a 6 percent match, low fees and attractive investment options?
Make sure politicians know that you want help planning and saving for a better retirement.
If used correctly, a 401(k) loan can be a game changer for people with limited options.