The temptation to retire early has to be vetted with a thorough financial plan that considers the expected and unexpected retirement income needs of the retiree.
Considering health care costs, a long-term care strategy and managing longevity risk, the goal of not running out of retirement income requires a lot of financial planning.
Blue ribbon panel releases proposal to reform military retirement plans and give service people with fewer than 20 years some benefits.
Sen. Tom Harkins’ proposal for a national savings plan got an A-, the best score, and so did the New Brunswick, Canada, plan for public employees.
The cost of financing military pensions could eclipse the cost of paying current personnel, a military financial expert points out. So how do we fix that?
The Pension Benefit Guarantee Corp. has made it safer to roll over a 401(k) into an old-fashioned defined benefit pension.
Some union pensions are running out of money and fixing the problem isn’t easy.
The U.S. fell to No. 13 among 25 nations that have retirement plans. Here are five suggestions for putting our system back in the top half.
Having a safety net under us in our old age is a blessing.
If you forgot about a pension benefit from a former employer, the PBGC could be looking for you.