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  • Nest egg retirement savings

    While retirement benchmarks based on things like age and income can be helpful, they can trip you up if you aren't careful.

  • Social Security Benefits

    Act now if you want to benefit from these key Social Security claiming strategies.

  • Congresswoman Maxine Waters

    In a "do-it-yourself" retirement world, Americans need new rules that protect against "conflicted advice," say three House Reps.

  • Freelance worker

    Freelancers are on their own in planning retirement. Here are three tips on how to sock away more than $50,000 for those golden years.

  • Financial advisor and seniors

    Here's what you need to know about the new retirement investing rule.

  • Retirement couple on beach surfing

    Americans with little saved might consider retiring in one of these 5 countries, where $1,500 a month guarantees a comfortable life.

  • savings retirement

    The rule aims to protect investors from conflicted investment advice for their retirement savings, potentially saving them billions.

  • Savings in a piggy bank, Retirement money

    What you need to know about the fiduciary rule.

  • Dept. of Labor changes retirement advice

    The Department of Labor is expanding the fiduciary standard, requiring financial advisers to put their client's best interest before their own financial interests, report CNBC's Sharon Epperson.

  • Managing drug costs

    Best ways to reduce your prescription drug expenses – from using online retailers to getting 90-day supply.

  • Fiduciary rules targets client's interests

    The Department of Labor will unveil the final version of its fiduciary rule which is designed to ensure financial advisers puts the best interest of their clients ahead of their own.

  • Rebalancing

    Regularly rebalancing your portfolio can preserve your money long term, with less volatility, a recent study has found.

  • Senior couple retirement

    A weekly look at how you can make the right financial choices to retire well.

  • Businessman adjusting tie

    Many people using a financial advisor do not know whether they are a broker or investment advisor or what services must be provided.

  • Drugs and stack of money

    Out-of-pocket health costs, such as prescriptions, can eat up a lot of retirement savings. Here are four tips for trimming drug expenses.

  • Woman paying bills

    Household budgets have a lot less slack than 20 years ago. This is why.

  • Justin McCurry with family on vacation in Mexico.

    Tired of the 9 to 5? Here's how two men ditched their day jobs for good...before even turning 40.

  • retirement personal finance

    No matter what happens to the markets, retirees should ask these three key questions to keep money safe, say financial advisors.

  • Millennials saving money

    Only half of adults 30 and older save more than 5 percent of their income annually, but 3 in 5 millennials are doing so.

  • Retirees’ investing strategies

    Now that you’re retired, how should you invest your 401(k) and IRAs to make sure your money will last as long as you do.

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