The total cost of financial disruptions to Americans is around $2.5 trillion in lost savings.
Your money is at risk no matter what you do with it. Finding the balance among those risks is key to financial success in retirement.
You can't take it with you -- but some types of accounts are better than others in letting you choose where you leave it behind.
Retirees rely on Medicare, but the surprising thing is just how good a deal the program actually is.
Many people don't know even some of the most basic features of how Social Security works. Get the scoop here.
Four out of every five Americans are unprepared for retirement, and the ratio is even worse for women. How can we change this sad state of affairs?
Without Social Security, the national retirement savings deficit would skyrocket.
Recent memory might make the financial sector seem like a scary place to invest in over the long-term, but these three names could make you rich if you buy them and don't touch them for 25 years.
Healthcare costs and other costs of aging are likely to eat into what you save by no longer working.
Find out when the typical person calls it quits on their career and how you can make the choice you want about retiring.