Female single retirees are turning to each other as roommates in order to make ends meet.
If you meet certain criteria, you can collect a benefit based on your former spouse's work record.
To make their money last, the newly retired should avoid making these three common errors.
If you haven't opened a 529 plan for your child's education, it's time to get moving. Here's what you need to know.
Splitting your retirement savings into multiple buckets including traditional and Roth IRAs can make a big difference at tax time.
Getting older does have its perks, one of which is qualifying for Medicare, the federally sponsored health-insurance program.