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A new survey finds only 8 percent of people named contributing to their IRA as their top savings priority.
In his new book, investing guru Charles Ellis makes dire predictions about an upcoming retirement crisis that will affect millions.
The number of workers who have saved $1 million or more in a workplace retirement plan is a new record, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
You don't need to make a million to save a million. Here are three tips on how you can become a 401(k) millionaire.
A new study says fewer Americans are at risk for falling short in retirement—provided they meet certain conditions.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson says some baby boomers are putting off retirement planning to provide support for their adult children.
Many companies offer matching 401(k) contributions, but employees don't always take advantage of them.
A new survey finds gas station-branded credit cards charge the highest interest rates on average.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy shares tips on how to boost your 401k.
Investors have poured more than $500 million into so-called smart beta funds. Do you need one?
The retirement savings system is broken; it's time to decouple 401(k) plans from employers and free Americans to invest as they see fit.
Your retirement may be at risk, and the rising costs of Social Security, public pensions and health care are the primary reasons why.
How much do you need to retire? According to a new Legg Mason survey, the new magic number is $2.5 million. Insight, with Patricia Powell, Wealth Health.
Boomers who are supporting their adult children are often putting off retirement as a result, according to a new survey.
Saving for retirement? These investment products may carry more risks than rewards.
Tax plays a big role in your financial life as you approach retirement. CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks about three steps to lighten your tax load before you retire.
Lighten your tax load before you head into retirement with these key moves.
Google's CFO, Patrick Pichette is retiring. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on other high-profile departures hitting the road.
Due to bad records, some Social Security numbers for people age 112 and older are still listed as alive—and some claim to be working.
Illinois may be fighting an uphill battle in defending the constitutionality of a 2013 public pension reform law before the state supreme court.