These quick and easy steps could make 2016 a great year for you and your savings accounts.
The more you know about what you're paying to invest, the better.
In turbulent markets, investors are often their own worst enemies.
These retirement statistics drive home the basics of saving and investment.
In your golden years, you'll need healthcare more than ever. Make sure you're prepared to cover those expenses.
Even small fees can hurt your performance more than you might believe.
It's important to pay attention to fees, or you may not get as much out of the stock market as you should.
If you work while receiving Social Security, your income could take some unexpected hits.
Maintaining the right balance of risk and safety in your retirement portfolio is essential to your long-term financial security.
Here's a rundown of the major changes retirement savers should be aware of.
As more employers offer both retirement plans, it's important for employees to know the difference.
As more retirees take on jobs to fill time and income gaps, the retirement landscape of America is changing.
Not sure if a financial advisor is right for you? These 4 debunked myths will help you decide.
None of us know what our future will look like, but this strategy will help you prepare for any scenario.
Helping a young person get a start on retirement savings can be a powerful gift. We look at starter retirement accounts and the potential returns -- and learning opportunities -- that come with them.
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.
Retirement and old age come with extra expenses that you may not have planned for. Don't let them catch you off guard.
A 401(k) is a powerful retirement savings tool -- if you use it wisely.
Moving to a relatively inexpensive location is one way to help your retirement income go further, but understanding what factors drive those costs is key to doing it successfully. We look at the up-front and back-end costs that come with choosing a new region for the retiree.
If you have the option, consider buying some individual stocks for your 401(k) -- but be aware of the risk you're assuming.