Robinhood announced on Tuesday it is offering individual retirement accounts (IRAs) with a 1% match on contributions.
More than a quarter (27%) of retirees are spending more than they can afford in 2022, according to a survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).
Social Security recipients will see the largest benefits increase in 40 years in 2023. Here’s what that means for your retirement savings plan.
Inflation, which is squeezing household finances, is also pushing many Americans further behind on their retirement savings, according to a new Bankrate report.
Although 86% of Americans nearing retirement age understood that waiting until 70 meant they could collect more benefits, only 11% planned to do so, a Schroders survey said.
A little more than half of the employees (58%) surveyed by the Nationwide Retirement Institute said they felt optimistic about their retirement plan, with 40% saying they would likely have to delay retirement by four years.
The AARP is working overtime these days, fielding members' concerns over inflation as months of rising costs for necessities squeeze seniors' budgets.
WalletHub identified the U.S. cities that are the best places to retire in this year, based on affordability, activities, quality of life and health care.
Residents of Paradise Village in National City, California, have been informed by management in a newsletter that they will be required to pay an additional fee for double-occupancy.
Today, in the age of low-cost exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that focus on indexes, it becomes pretty simple to create such a portfolio with just two funds.
Lawmakers are putting retirement plans and advisors on notice over prioritizing politically motivated investments over returns.
Here's how much you should contribute to your portfolio each month to reach $1 million.
A new study conducted by Fidelity Investments shows an alarming number of Americans made "downright ugly" retirement moves during the pandemic and "Great Resignation."
Knowing when you'll quit the workforce is a crucial part of retirement planning, but few people give as much attention to where they're going to retire.
Increasing the amount of money your retirement checks offer can be a smart financial move since they'll probably be a primary income source along with your savings.
If you're offered a 401(k) with an employer match, you should contribute enough to earn it. An employer match is free money, and there's never a reason to pass up that help.
If you've been offered a new job and it comes with a 401(k), you may be able to just move your money out of your old retirement plan and into a new one.
Hoping for an easy payout, two Irish men brought a dead body into a post office in Carlow, Ireland, in a bizarre effort to collect the deceased man's pension.
WalletHub published a report on Monday that found the best U.S. states to retire in in 2022.
When it comes to retirement, saving money is generally not enough; you will likely need to invest it to ensure you have enough to live comfortably in your later years.