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  • 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.

  • Businessman empty pockets

    Unexpected events during retirement could wreak havoc on even the most well-crafted financial plan. What to watch out for.

  • Financial advisor and senior

    The Labor Department is readying new rules for retirement investment advice, and everyone is bracing themselves.

  • Valeant a risk for your retirement?

    CNBC's Melissa Lee talks with David Amsellem of Piper Jaffray about the investment risks that Valeant Pharmaceuticals pose to retirement portfolios.

  • Single women are far behind married women, as well as unmarried and married men, in saving for retirement.

  • Senior couple retirement

    Reverse mortgages have gotten a bad rap, but you might want to take a second look — especially while interest rates are low.

  • Beneficiary beneficiaries will

    More than a third of parents now treat their kids differently in their will. Use caution if you do that.

  • Financial planning retirement

    Two-thirds of retirement-plan participants fear outliving their savings, but three easy steps can restack the odds in their favor.

  • People riding bikes

    Find the best states to retire in, based on categories such as health care, crime, cost of living, taxes and weather.

  • IRS headquarters in Washington.

    People in the U.S. hate the Internal Revenue Service more than several maligned figures, according to a WalletHub survey.

  • bills debt

    You don't have to live in a state of money madness. Make the effort at least once a year to get your financial house in order. Here's how.

  • Pensions are ticking time bomb: Pro

    Discussing the risk in pensions worldwide with Charles Millard, Head of Pension Relations & Managing Director for Citigroup.

  • How Living Longer Changes Your Retirement Planning

    With Americans living longer, you could spend two decades or more in retirement. To make sure you’re ready, take these steps.

  • Protestors rally in front of the U.S. Courthouse in Detroit, October 28, 2013.

    A Citigroup report on 20 nations said pension obligations, much of them unfunded, amounted to nearly twice the countries’ total national debt.

  • Dreams of lengthy cruises and beach life may be just that, with 20 of the world’s biggest countries facing a pension shortfall worth $78 trillion, Citi said in a report sent on Wednesday.

  • Magnifying glass enlarging computer keyboard US Dollar sign to illustrate online fraud.

    Cybercriminals are buying medical records on the dark Web to file fraudulent tax returns.

  • Stressed couple reviewing documents

    Blackstone's president and a New School economist say it's time to take this looming retirement crisis seriously.

  • Get rid of money madness

    Feel like your finances are in a mess? CNBC’s Sharon Epperson gives you the tools to do a quick clean-up and get them in order in three easy steps.

  • GS buys Honest Dollar

    William Hurley, Honest Dollar CEO, talks about how his company helps small businesses manage retirement savings plans for employees, after being bought by Goldman Sachs.

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