Robo advisors were supposed to make it easier to invest for the long-term, but several have already closed. Here’s how to deal with the dangers.
Shifting trends have made it harder for young people to own homes and have put generations of Americans at enormous risk for financial insecurity.
Whether you want extra spending money or to bulk up your nest egg, there are plenty of ways for retirees to make $10,000, $25,000, or $50,000+.
More people are embracing aging, but most are not ready for retirement and, in many cases, they don’t even know what ready means.
It’s conventional wisdom to roll over your retirement assets from a 401(k) into an IRA when you leave a job. But that’s not always the right move.
Working an additional year beyond 66 provides 8% more annual income for 30 years. And the longer you delay retirement, the greater the effect.
The pattern that Americans show in saving money provides encouragement for people who don’t save enough.
Retirees are turning to deferred income annuities in droves to address concerns about market volatility and outliving their nest eggs.
Many Americans are reluctant to tap into their retirement funds even when they can afford to, making their lives more miserly than they need to be.
Making these financial mistakes could undermine your retirement.
What’s the right age for getting a car…buying a home…getting a credit card?
If you’ve been divorced or are going through one now, your retirement may be a victim. Take these steps to protect your future.
Couples who live together while delaying or opting out of marriage are more likely to have lower net worth and fewer assets.
Americans feel pretty darn good about their money knowledge—too bad they don’t actually know much.
Most people don’t know how much to save for a secure retirement. Don’t be one of those people.
Money is one of our greatest sources of stress. You can easily become smarter with your money, and reduce stress, by talking to it. Here’s how.
For many baby boomers, their know-it-all kids might just know a lot more than their parents do when it comes to retirement planning and finances.
Consider this a warning from the future: Looking back, these are people’s biggest financial regrets…and we tell you how you can avoid them.
Women face a million-dollar wealth gap when it comes to retirement. Part of the reason—their attitudes toward investing. Here are solutions.