Researchers find that workers are saving about the same amount in their 401(k) plans as they might have acquired from an old-fashioned pension, but there are drawbacks.
Chances are if you inherited money, you spent it on something that didn’t turn into long-term wealth.
Retirement savings are inadequate. Social Security is shrinking. Will most of us work until we drop?
Fixing 401(k)s, making working longer easier, and paying more Social Security taxes are three of the key changes outlined in a new book on the subject of retirement.
Reverse mortgages are getting more respect now that retirees really need the money.
Smart strategies for retirement savings will make a bigger difference than nickel and diming your spending in retirement.
Medicaid might pay your nursing home costs, but is that what you want?
Social Security won’t be enough to support most people in retirement. Should the government require employers to help everyone save?
Research suggests delaying Social Security is insurance against outliving your money.
Older workers who lose their jobs don’t search long for another.