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For nearly half of the U.S. population, saving for retirement is becoming more of a dream than a reality.
Lawmakers can bolster Americans' retirement savings, TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson, a leading financial services provider, says.
While deposits in the trillion-dollar sector have surged, Fidelity has seen nearly $16 billion in net withdrawals over the past four years, according to research firm Morningstar Inc.
If you have savings and can work a bit longer, you will be able to keep your benefits higher, an expert says.
The major U.S. market indices have been on a wild ride so far this year, which has sent some investors into a panic over the state of their retirement funds.
Millennials can bolster their retirement ahead of their 70’s, financial expert Chris Hogan says.
There's a finite list of things you can change at work — and your employer's less-than-stellar retirement plan probably isn't among them.
People who aren't rich or famous typically don't have prenuptial agreements, which are legal documents detailing who gets what in a divorce.
The average retirement account balances rose at the end of 2017, due to a strong stock market and increased contributions.
The market drop this week is enough to make anyone anxious about their 401(k)s.
A plunge in stock prices always stings, but this recent one dug deeper because more Americans are participating in the market, particularly older ones.
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The military is overhauling its retirement system next year, and members should be prepared for the biggest structural changes since World War II.
Here is a list of AARP’s top 5 reasons for Baby Boomers and retirees to give thanks this year.
Asset values change at the speed of information, and the massive amount of government interaction and regulation in our economy has made it all but impossible for one individual to handle the entire wealth management process.
When it comes to retirement savings, when you start to save may have a bigger impact on your bottom line than you think. A study conducted by Wells Fargo revealed some very surprising information about people right on the brink of packing it in.
Nationally recognized IRA expert Ed Slott argues when it comes to saving for retirement, the biggest mistake made involves taxes.