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With the average worker changing jobs every five years, here's a look at four approaches to handling existing 401(k) plan balances.
Whether in your 20s and just starting out or you're nearing retirement, a holistic financial plan that's about more than investments is key.
Target-date funds are increasingly popular in 401(k) plans, but financial advisors say they aren't always the best fit for every investor.
Moving in retirement can have a major impact on living standards, target retirement dates and even the health of a marriage, say advisors.
Bankers Life recently ranked 60 U.S. metro areas in order of health and affordability for retirees. A look at the top 10 cities.
Pensions are a thing of the past, so millennial workers must plan and save for their own retirements, but technology can step in and help.
Some advisors say age-based 529 plan portfolios, which ignore economic ups and downs, are too "cookie-cutter" for many parents' needs.
A new survey from CareerCast.com finds that 6 of the 10 top-paying jobs are in health care-related fields.
Research reveals millennials are wary of stock markets, so financial advisors are trying new ways to court and counsel 20-something clients.
Retirement portfolio strategies vary, and advisors use terms such as "buckets" and "paychecks" to explain these approaches to clients.
With Social Security in peril, CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks to three financial advisors about contingency strategies for Gen Y investors.
A new study finds that one-fifth of Americans lend adult kids or parents financial help, with millennials the most generous generation.
Gen Y investors may or may not be more risk-averse than others, but they definitely exhibit specific generational preferences.
In goals-based investing, each financial goal is invested independently, with its own time horizon, asset allocation and risk profile.
Many put off planning for retirement or think it's too late, but investors at any age can take steps to secure their financial futures.
It's never too early or too late to save for retirement. Here's a decade-by-decade checklist of investment to-dos to keep you on track.
Take an in-depth look at the world of modern medicine - examining the treatments, companies and people making a difference in the way we treat illness and injuries today, and laying the foundation for the medical treatments of tomorrow.
Using ETFs investors can now span the globe in their portfolios. It’s now more important than ever to diversify assets.
Where headlines become opportunities.
Reverse mortgages help seniors stay in homes and cut expenses and are more flexible than mortgages or equity loans.
Windfall? Go slow, work with experts, figure out how much you can spend and then stay on track.
Annuities often get a bad rap. Here's a primer on the pros and cons of these retirement-income vehicles.