If you are looking at retirement in the next few years, the end of the year is the perfect time go get your house in order, USA Today reports.» Read More
New Year's financial resolutions help you stay on budget and stick to savings goals, a survey finds, but most investors won't make them.
Most Americans lack even a basic understanding of how to make their retirement nest egg last, a new survey finds.
Mike and Ryan Alfred of BrightScope join Sharon Epperson to discuss the latest in retirement.
Rule changes on guaranteed pension payments look promising, but are they for you?
About 95 percent of households donate to charities, averaging about $3,000 per household contribution. Sharon Epperson offers tips on how to give wisely.
The best, most reliable way to make money grow is to do it slowly and prudently says Mad Money's Jim Cramer while sharing principles of investing for retirement.
On a fixed income or tight budget? Here are some smart ideas for holiday gift giving. USA Today reports.
Millennials are out of touch with their financial reality, according to a survey, and most still rely on 'Bank of Mom and Dad.'
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports on the disconnect between how optimistic millennials are about their financial future and achieving their goals.
About 53 million Americans are doing freelance work. And their ranks are growing.
A new wave of entrepreneurs and start-ups are exploring innovations in shared office spaces.
Most retirees haven't yet taken required minimum distributions—putting them at risk for a 50% tax penalty. But it's a misstep easily avoided.
The Army is decreasing the number of officers, who risk facing lowered pensions that can lead to financial instability, reports the New York Times.
Who needs life insurance most? Breadwinners, stay-at-home parents, single moms and older couples. Here's why.
A new survey finds that 24 percent of millennials expect their student loans will ultimately be forgiven.
Boost your retirement with these 12 easy tips. USA Today reports.
In many retirement plans, a significant amount of future retirees' funds are devoured by fees. Some are fighting back, the NYT reports.
Fewer investors are going all-in with their retirement savings.
As retirement nears, should you hurry to pay off your mortgage? It really depends on the individual, USA Today reports.
With many Americans not saving enough for retirement, there is a crisis coming if habits don't change, BlackRock's Robert Kapito said.
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