Boomers may be nearing retirement, yet some are taking a detour to late-in-life parenthood. Can their finances survive? » Read More
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.
Regularly rebalancing your portfolio can preserve your money long term, with less volatility, a recent study has found.
A weekly look at how you can make the right financial choices to retire well.
Many people using a financial advisor do not know whether they are a broker or investment advisor or what services must be provided.
Out-of-pocket health costs, such as prescriptions, can eat up a lot of retirement savings. Here are four tips for trimming drug expenses.
Household budgets have a lot less slack than 20 years ago. This is why.
Tired of the 9 to 5? Here's how two men ditched their day jobs for good...before even turning 40.
No matter what happens to the markets, retirees should ask these three key questions to keep money safe, say financial advisors.
Only half of adults 30 and older save more than 5 percent of their income annually, but 3 in 5 millennials are doing so.
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.
Unexpected events during retirement could wreak havoc on even the most well-crafted financial plan. What to watch out for.
The Labor Department is readying new rules for retirement investment advice, and everyone is bracing themselves.
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.
Reverse mortgages have gotten a bad rap, but you might want to take a second look — especially while interest rates are low.
More than a third of parents now treat their kids differently in their will. Use caution if you do that.
Two-thirds of retirement-plan participants fear outliving their savings, but three easy steps can restack the odds in their favor.
Find the best states to retire in, based on categories such as health care, crime, cost of living, taxes and weather.
People in the U.S. hate the Internal Revenue Service more than several maligned figures, according to a WalletHub survey.
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.