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Whether you're a baby boomer or a member of Generation Y just beginning your career, building your nest egg should get a little bit of a boost thanks to new contribution limits for 401(k)s and IRAs
Talk about the best intentions. Who out there doesn't mean to save more for retirement? And who out there hasn't met them? What are your retirement goals?
Nowadays, however, neither customers or banks are feeling the love. Click ahead to see the fees that are causing the most trouble for banks and their customers.
The gap in the amount women and men save for retirement in the U.K. has reached a record high, according to the latest Women and Pensions report from investment firm Scottish Widows.
It is a political truism that incumbents win with a strong economy and lose in tough times. By this measure, how does Barack Obama fare? View these four charts, polling economists.
A new study shows that the choice of President doesn't matter much for the course of income inequality in America.
Studies that say working an extra five years past retirement age don't take nursing homes stays and the shift away from pensions into account.
The proportion of people who say they are saving less than last year to retirement savings is down, but the retirement income deficit for the coming generation of retirees is estimated to be $4.3 trillion.
The magnitude of the debt that is frightening. In many cases, their middle class parents are broke and now they are starting their careers broke as well. By some measures, the total student debt outstanding is over $1 trillion.
Retired law enforcement is the most common profession receiving $100,000-plus pensions, but postal workers, social-security officers and a zoologist also make six-figures.
A recent study shows state pension funds are getting burned by high costs associated with actively-managed funds, with Tim Courtney, Exencial Wealth Advisors, and Lee Partridge, Salient Partners.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest economic numbers on the U.S. economy.
Ahead of the new year -- always the season for financial reckoning -- we offer a look at these common mistakes, and ways to stop making them.
Those earning incomes in the top one percent (like many Americans) rank themselves much lower than their actual position, and worry that the wealthy have "too much influence."
A new report shows that the One Percenters lost more income and paid higher tax rates than the rest of the population.
There are some countries where you can be 100 percent certain that you don’t have to pay income tax. Find out where.
With medical costs rising, more retirees are choosing supplemental insurance to augment what Medicare doesn't cover. Here's how to shop for additional insurance, sometimes called Medigap.
Rising costs — and the fear of being left bankrupt by medical bills — are why more retirees are selecting supplemental insurance for what Medicare doesn’t cover. Is Medigap right for you?
Traditionally it was poverty that caused social ills. But the evidence that wealth makes people callous is starting to mount.
Retirement experts say that even those hit by the Great Recession can retire comfortably if they are willing to work a few years longer than expected.