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A new study finds nearly two-thirds more millennials started participating in a retirement plan in 2014 than in 2013. Here's why.
A new study finds 1 in 4 employees misses out on receiving the full company 401(k) match by not saving enough.
Are you sure you are not missing out on money? CNBC's Jennifer Barrett reports on a new study which measures how many employees are missing out on employer match money.
Anyone who looks only at the current value of financial assets is laboring under a "valuation illusion" created by the ECB's zero interest policy.
New research finds that the Social Security Administration's bleak funding forecasts are actually too optimistic.
Sumner Redstone addresses press reports that he decided to make his daughter chairman after he dies.
A new study by Allianz Life finds 84 percent of Baby Boomers think retiring at 65 years old is unlikely and unrealistic. Insight, with Katie Libbe, Allianz Life.
Discussing how millennials and baby boomers are thinking about retirement, with Andy Sieg, BofA Merrill Lynch head of retirement. Sieg says the millennials are savvier in their knowledge of business than given credit.
Figuring out how much to save for future health-care costs is one of the toughest parts of retirement planning. Here's what you should know.
Half of older workers reported age discrimination diminished their employment opportunities. Here's how you can avoid it.
Rod Martin, Voya Financial chairman and CEO, breaks down the company's first quarter results.
A survey found that 82% of the respondents age 60 and older are, or expect to keep working past the age of 65, USA Today reports.
A new study finds that age matters when it comes to retirement readiness.
Millions of Americans who haven't saved enough for retirement have come up with a workaround: Inherit enough to live on.
Measuring a long-term deadline in days and not years may help you work toward it sooner and faster, according to new research.
Millennials are ramping up retirement savings and putting more money into Roth IRA accounts, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
A new survey finds that retirement is a bigger concern for the majority of wealthy investors than leaving a legacy for heirs.
Workers are saving more for retirement, and employers are contributing more too, pushing 401(k) and IRA balances to record highs.
With markets near record highs, should retirees take their money and run?
Most Americans have saved too little for retirement. Now, a new analysis shows how many people outlive their savings.