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When living on a fixed income in retirement, inflation has a profound impact on your quality of life. An explainer on how to mitigate inflation risks to your retirement income.
Concerned about what this means for your bank account, 401(k), mortgage loan or even your credit card? Here's what you can expect.
An interest rate hike may be coming, which means inflation is primed to tick up. Here's how to adjust your portfolio accordingly.
From keeping calm to getting diversified, here are 20 tips from the Financial Planning Association to help you invest more intelligently.
The first increase in interest rates since 2006 might not impact your retirement portfolio, but further rises may, say experts.
What to do with your retirement portfolio if the Fed raises interest rates next week.
It’s a $1.3 trillion problem that your boss may soon be able to help you with.
When people die without leaving instructions for their donor advised funds account, problems can arise.
Financial advisors Shannon Eusey and Zaneilia Harris warn investors against cashing out of a 401(k) plan before retirement.
Baby boomers are aging, and many will need skilled care, but demand for nursing-home beds is quickly outstripping a dwindling supply.
Recent surveys find that most couples disagree about how much they have and need for retirement, and the arguments only get worse with time.
Many couples fight about money, but those arguments can intensify during the holidays. Here’s how to keep things in check, so you can refocus on the real fight – the fight to reach your financial goals together.
State and federal laws designed to revoke pensions of convicted public officials don't go far enough, critics say.
Many Boomers and millennials are planning to work well past typical retirement age, but look what happened to today's retirees.
Los Angeles Lakers great Kobe Bryant announced on Sunday he will retire after the 2015-16 National Basketball Association season.
Susan and Richard Ramirez were in their 60s with $85,000 in debt. After one of them lost their job, the reality of an overwhelming mortgage and credit card debt set in. CNBC's Live and Learn brings the story of a late in life financial recovery.
People are often confused about retirement, especially about their financial aspects. These are the top 5 myths clarified.
The start-up behind the app was able to raise $1 million in its first six months and has grown to serve a global user base of 25,000.
Uncle Sam requires everyone start taking a required minimum distribution from IRAs and other tax-deferred accounts once they reach age 70-1/2.
Is your 70th birthday coming up? If you’re getting ready to take your “required minimum distribution” here’s what you need to know.