Plans for early retirement are rising as Americans become more frugal during the COVID-19 pandemic, and others are being forced out of the workforce.
The Credible Money Coach answers a reader’s question on the tax impact of cleaning out a 401(k).
Though 401(k)s are very popular, they may not be the best savings option for you.
Your Social Security benefit is calculated from your earnings record, which comes from employer reporting.
The monthly Social Security benefit you're able to collect in retirement will hinge on how much money you earn during your 35 highest income-earning years.
One simple move could leave you with more monthly retirement income to enjoy.
You can still improve your financial security in retirement, no matter how old you are.
Your 401(k) may be your most important retirement savings account, so you need to make it work for you.
When you have a 401(k), it's important to pay attention to the details.
How much you receive in Social Security payments could mean the difference between a comfortable retirement and living on a fixed income.
Here's how to help ensure that Social Security takes good care of you as a senior.
Filing for benefits at 62 will lower them in the process. Here's why that's a wise move anyway.
If your Social Security checks aren't cutting it, you can make ends meet by doing these three things.
A penny saved is more than a penny earned, if it's invested wisely and used effectively.
Things are shaping up for Social Security to be even more lucrative next year.
Learn the easy way to retire wealthy.
Don't let popular financial planning myths get in the way of living the retirement of your dreams.
Retiring early is possible – if you get these four things right.
Check out these benefits before your window of opportunity closes.
Before you take Social Security, make sure you can answer these questions.