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To make sure you're on track for a secure retirement, regularly reassess your 401(k)'s asset allocation, fees and savings rate.
CNBC.com Consumer Reporter Kelli Grant offer tips on what to look for to make sure your retirement savings are on track.
First, make sure you're putting away enough money. But once you've earmarked a percentage of pay for retirement savings, where do you put it?
Most Americans know they should be saving more, but new surveys reveal few of them are actually doing it.
The old rule of thumb for drawing down retirement savings—4 percent a year—no longer works, new research shows. Here's what does.
The U.K. is facing a “recruitment black hole” and is making long-term economic challenges worse by not finding jobs for older workers, a new study says.
Traditional financial advisors and new automated robo-advisor competition differ in price, services, approach and degree of personalization.
Seven out of 10 workers surveyed admit they could put a little more money away, even if it's just $25 a week. Here's how that could add up.
According to a new Bankrate study, Millennials may be better at managing their money than their parents, but their net worth is lagging. Details, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson and Greg McBride, Bankrate.com senior financial analyst.
When millennials invest, they often chase the wrong names with costly consequences, says a 30-year-old portfolio manager.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses factors that can challenge an early retirement and how to calculate when the time is right for you.
Financial abuse can devastate an older person, with losses totaling $30,000 on average, but this can keep it at bay.
Sharon Epperson sits down with CNBC's Digital Financial Advisor Council and discusses ways to protect your retirement income.
Wondering how to manage your finances better? These apps can help.
Tens of millions of Americans overpay their taxes each year and miss out on interest and market returns they could earn on that money.
Democrat Jared Bernstein says Chris Christie's Social Security plan "does virtually nothing" to make the program solvent.
CNBC's Amanda Drury reports that even the wealthy face retirement struggles.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson offers 10 personal financial tips, from how to pay down credit card debt to improving your credit score and finding a financial adviser.
A third of households with incomes of $75,000 or more live paycheck to paycheck at least sometimes, a study finds.
Consider your life expectancy, health and income needs when setting a retirement age.