The House has approved a bill to promote retirement security by making it easier for small businesses and other companies to offer retirement plans.
The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, should have given more r-e-s-p-e-c-t to her estate planning.
Decades after Ted Benna invented the 401k, the “father” of the retirement savings account discussed Tuesday the key to making the plan work – start early.
Lawmakers are working on a bipartisan bill designed to strengthen Americans’ retirement security.
Barron's Associate Publisher Jack Otter on the economic impact from Baby Boomers working longer.
We can help you formulate your own plan using the following seven tips.
Ramsey Solutions financial expert Chris Hogan on the steps to reducing nonessential spending in an effort to lower debt and boost savings.
With 2019 more than one-third over, small business owners without employee retirement plans may want to consider starting one before more time passes.
Retirement experts frequently recommend working longer if you haven't saved enough.
In your late 30s, 40s or 50s and ready for a new career? You are not alone. Here are some options.
The big question is: When should you start collecting Social Security?
A new survey shows that many people still don’t understand the program’s basic tenets or purpose.
What to do if you're forced to retire early because of health, job loss or family issues.
Samantha Ealy graduated with a bachelor's degree and $70,000 in debt.
The Brewer Group CEO Jack Brewer, former NFL running back Clinton Portis and former NFL wide receiver Ron Johnson on the comeback of the XFL.
The Brewer Group CEO Jack Brewer, former NFL running back Clinton Portis and former NFL wide receiver Ron Johnson on efforts to help teach NFL athletes the personal finance skills they need for their career in football and after retirement.
You could throw away half a million dollars by delaying 15 years.
Former NFL running back Marcus Lattimore on the challenges teaching NFL rookies the importance of managing their newfound wealth.
Maximizing a home down payment can make sense: The bigger the down payment, the lower the monthly mortgage bill and the better the chance of building equity more quickly.
Social Security will only be able to pay about 80 percent of benefits by 2035.