Those who aren’t worried about retirement probably should be, a survey finds.
As the economy improves, more people think they will have enough money to retire comfortably.
It’s tough to figure out how much you will need to pay for things that insurance or Medicare won’t cover, a recent study shows.
About 82 percent of people with household incomes above $75,000 annually feel confident about retirement.
Let America Saves Week spur you to set aside a portion of your income for the future.
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.
Odds are you’ll need $360,000 for health care in retirement, but maybe you’ll get lucky.
A new study by Interest.com shows that most retiree households can’t replace 70 to 80 percent of their pre-retiree income. But another study suggests it may not be necessary to do that.
Retirement confidence is at a low ebb, but saving enough to stop working isn’t impossible.
It costs an average of 20 percent less to live in retirement, according to an analysis of a government survey of people ages 65 and older.