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Disappearing pension benefits are not the only retirement challenge workers face. Look what student debt can do.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe they are living the American dream, thanks to determination and hard work, according to a report.
The Callan Target Date Index posts a negative return for 2015, its first annual loss since 2008.
Japan is teetering on the brink of a negative yield on its benchmark 10-year bond, but analysts aren't necessarily worried.
A look at the 13 U.S. states, from Colorado to West Virginia, that levy their own taxes on retirees' Social Security benefits.
Robert Johnson, RLJ Companies, discusses the importance making retirement plans portable.
Roughly one-third of applications for Social Security disability benefits are ultimately approved. How to make sure yours is among them.
From baking powder to babysitting, there are plenty of out-of-pocket expenses for charities that may qualify for a tax savings come April.
The reasons for staying can include practical considerations, like a good paycheck and benefits, as well as emotional reasons.
Putting money away early adds a powerful tool to your retirement savings arsenal, but that's not all you can do.
Most people aged 45 or over would like to retire within the next five years, but two in five won't be able to do so, according to a HSBC report.
Obama can help ensure 401(k)s for small businesses are widely available and fairly priced by making sure THIS rule gets passed, says Shin Inoue.
While it is admittedly not ideal to be behind on retirement plans, the good news is that catching up is not complicated, USAToday reports.
President Obama will propose new rules to allow small businesses to form 401(k) plans more easily. The New York Times reports.
President Barack Obama will propose measures to help Americans save for retirement.
Here are five reasons why financial advisor Jerry Lynch isn't panicked about the market selloff.
Jurrien Timmer of Fidelity Investments, says long-term investors should stick with their plan and not sell at the bottom.
The longer you wait, the more your Social Security benefit grows but, for some, it still makes sense to claim benefits early. Here's why.
A new year brings two huge changes to Social Security in 2016.
Vanguard founder Jack Bogle says investors should keep investing and not respond to market speculation.