Boomers than in the past are looking to downsize to a condo in Florida and spend their retirement years golfing.
Whether your motivations are financial (a paycheck) or emotional (social interaction), here are some reasons it just may not be time for you to say goodbye to the working world.
Changes in IRS rules expand the use of these investments in 401(k)s and IRAs.
Should you inform your adult children of your reverse mortgage? If so, how and when?
John Kelly, a nationally recognized health insurance exchange expert, provides tips on what we need to know about the ACA and the second open enrollment period.
Want to go on a retirement savings spree? These two types of accounts are good starts.
Retirement used to mean a phase in life where you stopped working and slowed down. But more and more that definition doesn’t seem to fit.
Today, baby boomers still in the workplace often find themselves being supervised by someone young enough to be their grandchildren. Here is advice.
You can't get growth without taking risk. If you don't take risk, you'll lose buying power.
Comparing your 401(k) plan balance can help you stay on track toward a healthy retirement.