California's governor is preparing to sign a bill to automatically enroll millions of private-sector workers in retirement savings accounts.
As the baby boomer generation reaches retirement age, many are concerned their savings will not last for the rest of their life. Here is advice.
A million dollars may very well be in your future, if you're able to sock away enough money, regularly enough, for a long enough period of time and earn a reasonable rate of return on it.
Getting old isn't always fun, but there are a few financial upsides to it. The more you learn about taxes and tax strategies, the more you'll likely save.
Working past retirement age is becoming a new normal. But that isn’t necessarily bad news, just ask the baby boomer crowd.
Starting to collect Social Security at 62 can make sense for some, but here are some reasons why you might not want to do so.
Love and money, the two things you can’t live without (well, that and pizza).
This week is National Medicare Education Week. And with open enrollment just around the corner, there is no better time to review the ABC’s of Medicare.
This week is National Medicare Education Week – the perfect time to do some homework and learn about your options so that you can make an informed decision during Medicare open enrollment season this fall.
The King's College Economics Professor Brian Brenberg on the $3.9 trillion expected to transfer from Baby Boomers to Gen X and Millennials.
SunTrust CEO Bill Rogers on the Federal Reserve, the U.S. economy and the steps to financial fitness.
This review of the average cost of a pack of cigarettes in all 50 states sheds light on how deeply many retirements are being hurt.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 2.7 million grandchildren are being raised by their grandparents, who give up their retirement and take over the responsibilities of being a full-time primary caregiver.
Divorce can be painful — emotionally and financially — for anyone.
Financial experts Chris Hogan and Rachel Cruze on retirement planning for couples.
These stocks could be more trouble than they're worth.
The 4% rule can be fine as a general rule of thumb, but follow it rigidly and unquestioningly and you might run into trouble.
If you are serious about moving 'south' for the winter, or relocating to a warmer climate on a permanent basis, you will want to do your research to find a place that fits your lifestyle, hobbies and retirement ideals. Here is what you need to consider.
As attractive as quitting your job might be, there are many reasons to think about waiting.
Many women leave the workforce to take care of their children or to care for other family members. Don't let the move set you back financially.