Boomers who are prepared for retirement describe themselves as optimistic overachievers who manage money conservatively.
Most people older than 55 are happy to wave goodbye to their adult children.
We explain what happens if your employer goes broke, your pension freezes and six other events.
The government is offering new instructional materials to help older people learn to avoid scams.
If individuals could invest in their 401(k) plans like institutional money managers do in their pension plans, they'd get a better result, says a retirement expert.
The FBI estimates that in 2012, the cost of Medicare fraud ranged from $75 billion to $250 billion.
If your adult children think you are a financial genius, take advantage of it and offer them plenty of good advice.
The PBS blockbuster "Downton Abbey" offers plenty of retirement planning wisdom.
Living on just 15% less in retirement can make a big difference in how long your retirement income will last.
Buying long-term care insurance could deplete your savings without providing enough potential for benefit.