A savings program put into place under President Barack Obama and designed to get more people to put away money for retirement is being killed.
It's easy to get lulled by the gentle and seemingly unstoppable ride higher that investors have been enjoying with almost all their funds.
Merrill Lynch Senior Financial Advisor Vikas Mohindra and UBS Financial Advisor Rachel Gottlieb on the shifting trends in how Millennial financial advisors view financial planning.
Looking forward to retirement? Here are a few goals to hit first.
Don't believe these common misconceptions about Social Security's financial condition.
American retirees are less happy and are experiencing a slight decline in their quality of life as the U.S. falls three places to No. 17 on the 2017 Global Retirement Index (GRI).
More than one third of the 50 million people worldwide living with dementia may have been able to prevent it by addressing certain lifestyle factors, according to a new report released Thursday.
Chris Hogan, of Ramsey Solutions, on companies increasing their 401(k) contributions for employees.
The first two are well known, but the third is a secret weapon you need to know about.
FBN's Gerri Willis reports Medicare funds will run out in 11 years and Social Security has only 17 years until insolvency.
Americans receiving Social Security benefits in 2018 can expect to see the program's largest payment increase in years, according to the trustees report released Thursday.
Learn about common mistakes before it's too late.
‘Retire Inspired’ author Chris Hogan discusses the results from a report that Baby Boomers are unprepared for retirement.
'Retired Inspired' author Chris Hogan explains why baby boomers are facing financial challenges when it comes to retirement savings.
This combination of policy changes would ensure Social Security's health through at least 2082.
Stories about how ordinary people pay off debt quickly can be amazing, inspiring — and somewhat deceptive.
Attorney Christi Kunzig, radio host Richard Fowler, political consultant Harlan Hill, and CFRA Investment strategist Lindsey Bell on millennials in the workplace.
Some people think that once the kids have completed college or you have paid off your mortgage it is time to cancel or reduce life insurance.
Ramsey Solutions' Chris Hogan offers tips for people to build wealth and weighs in on a study that says siblings rarely fight about finances but when they do it often involves their parents.
Comedian Dennis Miller sounds off on Americans' lack of savings.