Once you're in your 50s, time may no longer be your ally when it comes to building your retirement nest egg, but you still have a handful of tools at your disposal to build a comfortable retirement.
A million dollars may very well be in your future, if you're able to sock away enough money, regularly enough, for a long enough period of time and earn a reasonable rate of return on it.
Pipeline giant Kinder Morgan has seen a stellar increase in its stock price thus far in 2016. It has a ways to go before it retests its former highs, but there are at least four good reasons to believe it can get there at some point.
Pipeline giant Kinder Morgan may be in a better spot today than it was this time last year, but that doesn't mean it's a risk-free investment.
Pipeline giant Kinder Morgan had a rough ending to 2015. What it has been able to accomplish thus far into 2016 is a testament to its incredibly strong operating discipline.
Pipeline giant Kinder Morgan roiled investors over the last year as it slashed its dividend and cut its growth prospects, but those moves helped Kinder Morgan better position itself for the future.
Despite the challenges from online competition, these three bricks and mortar giants have been able to keep increasing their payouts and look capable of continuing the trend.
American Express had a decent history of rewarding its shareholders with increasing dividends over time, but its track record was interrupted by last decade's financial crisis. Find out how likely it is that the company will be able to continue reestablishing that track record in 2017.
The full retirement age for people born in 1960 or later is 67, but that doesn't automatically make it the best age to start claiming benefits.
These three ETFs can help you take care of both your near-term and long-term needs, even once you've stopped working.
Warren Buffett likes them both.
Once you hit 62, you can claim your federal retirement benefit pretty much any time you choose over the eight years that follow. But the variables make certain ages more logical choices than others.
Social Security is the foundation of millions of Americans' retirement plans -- but that foundation is showing signs of stress.
Dividends that look too good to be true can spell trouble for retirees seeking income from their investments.
From snowballs to brown bags, these tips will help you save the most important money you'll ever see.
You might be able to double your money simply by contributing to your 401(k) at work and letting your boss and Uncle Sam do the rest.
How much money you need to retire depends on what sort of lifestyle you want to live and how long you expect to remain retired.
If you set up a Backdoor Roth IRA, you can get your money into a Roth IRA even if your income is too high to directly contribute to one.
It pays current beneficiaries, and interest on its Trust Funds is helping to supplement those payments.
It was your money to begin with. Why not put it to work for you?