Life spans are increasing, with the average 65-year-old likely to live at least two years longer than 65-year-olds were expected to live 10 years ago.
Here’s some surprising — but useful — retirement planning advice to take seriously in the New Year.
A recent study illustrates the differences between retirement hopes and realities.
Asking your employer to buy your retirement annuity — and negotiate a good deal — can up your annual income by nearly 20 percent.
Here are good reasons to buy an annuity and some things to think about before you spend the money.
Living on just 15 percent less in retirement can make a big difference in how long your retirement income will last.
Who will you turn to if you run out of money in retirement? Uncle Sam is the answer for many older people.
Changes in Social Security and Medicare neared the top of the list of retirement concerns for people of all age groups surveyed about retirement worries.