A survey of 401(k) savers finds that women save less than men, but they’re better at diversifying.
About 82 percent of people with household incomes above $75,000 annually feel confident about retirement.
Despite their advantages, most people ignore IRAs.
Research suggests we’re paying too much for second-rate investment options.
Here are five important tasks to accomplish before you hang up your work boots.
If you save steadfastly in your 401(k) and the bottom doesn’t fall out of Social Security, you ought to be all right in retirement.
Retiring on a 401(k) alone is still tricky, but employers are making it easier.
Here are some emergency savings tips to make sure you’re covered on a rainy day.
Before you make a last minute, end-of-the-year 401(k) withdrawal, consider this.
Take a moderate approach to rebalancing your investments, advises Fidelity Investment strategist.