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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.
According to HR experts, how much you make is not out of your hands — that's just one of the common misconceptions about compensation.
The deficit racked up by the federal agency that insures pensions was the widest in the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp's history.
The budget deal takes a stab at shoring up the Social Security Disability Insurance fund, but it won't stop this leakage.
How to start a myRA account, and why it's a right or wrong idea for you retirement plan, with Scott Hanson, Hanson McClain Advisors, and Jeffrey Levine, Ed Slott and Company.
There's one new tax-planning tool that more American workers are using, but not always in a way that maximizes the financial benefits.
It’s open enrollment season and many Americans are considering HSAs. Here’s what you need to know.
Walt Bettinger, Schwab President and CEO, discusses strategies to advising an aging population in the current investment environment, at the IMPACT Conference.
Fund firms preach the importance of alternative investing, but when it comes to your 401(k), they don't practice what they preach enough.
Nearly 90 percent of seniors are confident they can protect themselves from financial abuse. Their families and friends aren't so sure.
Fewer private sector workers have access to retirement plans at their workplace, a state of affairs that is making governments step in.
Thanks to Congress' recent budget deal, two popular Social Security claiming strategies are coming to an end.
Investors are putting more money into lower-cost passive funds. But research shows they're still losing plenty to fees.
CNBC's Jennifer Barrett details how investors are earning higher returns while wising up to pay less in fees.
Get ready for some big changes to Social Security. Two popular claiming strategies are coming to an end. Here's what you need to know.
The Treasury Dept. introduced individual retirement accounts called myRA. CNBC's Sharon Epperson explains how this account works.
The program is aimed at workers without access to 401(k)s or similar savings plans through their jobs, USA Today reports.
The latest effort by Congress to save your pension may be putting it further at risk.
How to know whether you’re on track for retirement.