How a Roth IRA Can Save Your Retirement
Worried that your retirement funds will run out? A Roth IRA can ride to the rescue.
This Retirement Account Can Be Better Than a 401(k) and an IRA
HSAs contain many advantages of better-known retirement savings vehicles, and they can be used for any expense -- not just healthcare -- once you hit 65.
5 Tips for Retirees Dealing With a Falling Stock Market
When the market takes a dip while you're retired, hold your expenses steady and maximize your income.
How Funding an IRA Right Now Might Boost Your 2019 Tax Refund
Tax-deductible IRA contributions can hike your refund this spring while helping to make your retirement financially secure.
It's Tax Season. Watch Out for These 3 Signs of a Tax Scam
Senior citizens are often targeted by tax scams during this time of year. But frauds are easy to foil if you can identify them.
Retirement Check-In: How Much Are the Youngest Workers Saving?
Time is on their side, yet only 34% of Americans aged 18 to 24 with access to workplace retirement plans are using them.
Maximum 401(k) Contributions Climb for 2019. Here's What That Means for Savers
Maximum 401(k) contributions are rising by $500 in 2019. Here's how to save for retirement this year.
How Will the New Tax Law Affect Retirees?
The changes enacted for 2018 probably affect all of us, even if we don't work anymore.
4 Ways Social Security Is Set to Change in 2019
New rules affect the benefit amounts, full retirement age, and the earnings required to qualify for benefits.
How Much Do You Need to Save for Retirement? A Look at the 4% Solution
A plan assuming a yearly distribution of 4% is a good benchmark, but you should factor in several different scenarios.
3 Medicare Dates You Need to Know
To avoid potential Medicare penalties and excess costs, you need to keep an eye on three important dates.
What to Do if Your 401(k) Doesn't Offer a Match
If you work for the roughly 22% of companies that don't offer matching 401(k) contributions, it's generally still a good idea to use the 401(k) for retirement savings. But check your investment options -- and fees.
How to Avoid Social Security Scams
The most recent scam involves callers claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. Protect yourself by never giving out personal information to someone you don’t know.
5 Ways Rising Interest Rates Can Affect Your Retirement
Tip No. 1: Pay down debt.
What Happens to Your Social Security Benefits if You Retire and Then Go Back to Work?
Your Social Security benefits can be affected, so be sure to plan the timing and how much you earn.