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To ensure retirees don't run out of money, the IRS and the Treasury just issued guidance to expand the use of these investment vehicles.
Despite the swings in the market, favoring fixed-income or bond funds over equity or stocks in a retirement account could be a mistake. Here's why.
Rodney Martin Jr., Voya CEO, is strongly encouraging people to save frequently and consistently over a long period of time with its new "Born to Save" program.
The Internal Revenue Service expanded dollar limitations for some pension plans based on cost-of-living adjustments.
A new Wells Fargo survey finds that more than half of Americans are delaying retirement savings. The high cost of waiting.
Monthly benefits for nearly 64 million Americans will increase 1.7 percent in 2015, the Social Security Administration announces.
Singaporeans are the most concerned about retirement compared to other Southeast Asia nations, a study by AIA published this week found this week.
Voya Financial is offering a free $500 mutual fund investment to babies born today as a head start for future retirement savings, reports USA Today.
Conventional methods of investing in 401(k) plans may hurt millennials in the long run, reports The Fiscal Times.
One of Wall Street's biggest names said Americans are not nearly as prepared as they should be for retirement, which could be a costly error.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case on whether the trustees of a 401(k) plan should have considered an alternative with lower fees. NYT reports.
Despite a sharp drop in the market, one group in particular should drown out the noise and avoid hitting the sell button: the millennial investor.
Certified financial planner Diahann Lassus, president and chief investment officer of wealth-management firm Lassus Wherley, explains the pros and cons of these funds.
Americans aged 50 and older are worried about future health-care costs, but few are doing anything about it.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the common beliefs about Millennials, as well as how they spend and save. There's even a group of "supersavers" in this generation.
How to protect your money during volatile periods, with Anne Richards, Aberdeen Asset Management.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson says it is important for long-term investors not to panic even if there is a broader correction ahead. Now may be a good time to sell big winners and consider asset allocation.
In 49 of 50 states, workers aren't saving enough to maintain their pre-retirement lifestyle. Can you avoid harsh cuts?
Some states' residents are better at preparing for retirement than others. Is your state among the least ready?
Stressed about money and stumped about where to turn describes a good chunk of today's millennials, according to a new study from Fidelity.
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