Plan on retiring at age 65? Not this Baby Boomer generation! With the changing times for retirement planning, here is what you need to know.
You finally made it! You have reached your golden years. This is what you have prepared for your entire adult life. But will your nest egg carry you through to old age? Is there something else you should be doing to be sure to get the most out of your retirement savings? Here is advice.
Divorce among Baby Boomers is growing and is having an impact on retirement savings, according to new research.
It is something you should be planning for decades, reaching your Golden Years -- the day on which you leave the workforce and have enough financial resources to last for the rest of your lifetime. However, they may not be as close as they appear.
Could what you don’t know about IRAs hurt your retirement?
Maximizing your Social Security benefit is more important than ever because, for most, it is the only source of retirement income. Here is what you need to know.
While it's good news that you can expect to live longer in retirement and have a better quality of life, it also means your investment portfolio may need to last for 30 years or more.
Should you hop on board the Baby Boomer train into the world of a sharing economy?
Many pre-retirees say what they expect to miss most from work is a reliable paycheck, but current retirees say this is actually the greatest loss.
Financial planners say fees and commissions in annuities can be a retirement killer for unsophisticated investors. Here is what you need to know.
According to new research from Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, women are at a greater risk of not achieving a financially secure retirement compared to men. Here is advice.
Study shines light on retirees’ attitudes about life in retirement, time commitments, living arrangements, personal finances -- and also the things they "wish they knew then."
If you have received a tax refund or are expecting a check from Uncle Sam this year, instead of blowing it in one place, consider adding a little padding to your nest egg for your retirement. Here are strategies.
Diabetes is not just a health issue. According to the ADA, healthcare costs for people with diabetes are 2.3 times higher than for individuals who do not have diabetes.
We’re at the end of March, and tax time is just around the corner. Here are last minute filing tips for Boomers.
A recent survey reports that while most Baby Boomers know the importance of saving for retirement, building their nest egg is not at the top of their list.
Throughout your adult years, maintaining a healthy credit score is very important for obtaining the best rates for a mortgage, car loans and managing credit card debt.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, which takes effect on May 2, contains a provision that eliminates certain strategies that have been used to maximize Social Security retirement benefits.
Are baby boomers trusting their financial futures to a robot? The recent growth of online financial advice coming from robo-advisors appears to be the next big thing in investing.
The rising cost of prescription drugs are keeping baby boomers and seniors awake at night. What resources can older adults use when dealing with the rising costs?