We look at the role of cash reserves in the world of the retiree -- how they can work for and against the investor who's trying to shelter their resources from bear markets but also develop them with gains from stocks and other instruments.
Don’t let the present distract you from a great future. Here are steps you can take now.
Marital decisions late in life can have consequences. Make sure you avoid the bad ones.
Because Social Security benefits make up a substantial portion of the typical retiree's income, checking this one thing could be the difference between a comfortable or stressed retirement.
You can increase your monthly Social Security check by up to 75% by delaying your benefits.
In some cases, getting married can give your benefits a big boost.
Retirees always want to see their monthly checks go up, but some are seeing them dry up instead. Find out why.
Lists of places to retire almost always put Southern locations near the top of the list, but that doesn't mean you have to give up what you want.
We hear all kinds of advice on how to save and invest for retirement. But what should you do afterwards?
Simple math dictates that changes are coming to the Social Security system. Here are three possibilities.