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CNBC consumer reporter, Kelli Grant, offers 3 simple tips to help make your retirement years easier on your bank account.
The Golden Years outlook is grim: One third of consumers aren't saving for retirement, and of the rest, most aren't saving enough.
A new poll found that 30 percent of retirees would "unretire" if a job became available, The Fiscal Times reports.
Every year, thousands of Americans move to new cities to start retirement -- and that decision must be weighed by a host of factors.
In fact, 14% of people ages 65 and older have nothing saved, but experts say there's no time like the present to start.
Spending on your kids can offer some practical lessons that you can use to teach about money. Here are three tips you need to teach now.
When hedge-fund manager Todd Buchholz got a call from his mom about a CD that paid 4%, he was dubious. Here is their hilarious exchange.
Four out of 10 workers say they would take a lower salary if they were offered a bigger employer contribution to their 401(k) retirement plan, USAT.
The performance of U.S. public pensions' investments improved greatly in the second quarter, returning a median 3.71 percent.
Moving abroad may not be as far out of reach as you think. How much you'll need, and ways to save.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs breaks down the steps everyone can take to come up with a fool-proof retirement plan.
Grandparents have to balance their grandchildren's needs without jeopardizing their retirement savings. USA Today reports.
Slower growth in healthcare spending is shoring up the funding outlook for the federal Medicare program that covers hospital bills for the elderly.
According to Wal-Mart's 8-K filing, U.S. CEO Bill Simon's retirement package includes $9.17 million.
Americans are stashing more in their IRAs, but it may still not be enough for a comfortable retirement.
Millennials are keenly focused on trying to take control of their own financial destiny.
Millionaires are twice as likely to keep working in retirement than the broader population, according to a new survey from Merrill Lynch and Age Wave.
Saving enough money for retirement is the first step toward building your nest egg, but just as important is where you invest that money.
Britain published new rules for private pensions on Monday which give retirees greater freedom to spend their savings as they like.
Many trash pickers in China are elderly people, unable to support themselves on meager government pensions. Global Post reports.