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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.
Attorneys dub January "Divorce Month," thanks to increased filings, but rushing to get unhitched can lead to expensive mistakes.
Obama and the Republicans may differ on the state of the economy, but a new index says financial pleasure is out there.
Three out of five financial advisors say more than half of clients are more concerned about retirement security than last year.
Here's the big problem with retirement today, says Bailey Childers, the executive director of the National Public Pension Coalition.
Wall Street is figuring out year-end bonuses. The best ways to use a lump-sum windfall.
Seeing their kids off to college is a dream many parents share, but co-signing the student loan can have nightmarish consequences.
Pre-retirees in Indonesia can relax, while Singaporeans should be more focused on preparing for their golden years, according to a DBS-Manulife survey.
In a new segment called "The Breakdown," FMHR trader Josh Brown discusses the key differences between retirement investing versus trading.
What should you do with your money now and how to approach protecting your 401K, with CNBC’s "Markets in Turmoil" panel.
What should you do with your money now and approach protecting your 401K with CNBC "Markets in Turmoil" panel.
Dust off those résumés, job seekers. January 6 is the busiest day of the year to look for a new gig.
Keep calm is still the advisors' mantra to investors, but volatility can also offer bargains.
The new trading year had a rough opening, no question, but if you are thinking of big portfolio changes, read this first.
To build wealth this year, start saving early to build cash reserves, and reexamine your asset mix and risk-management strategy.
If you plan to retire in 2016, you need to make these essential moves over the next few months so you will be financially well prepared.
Markets are in the red for the first trading day of 2016, but financial advisors say investors' best bet is to stay the course.
Singapore's Central Provident Fund outperformed the markets this year.