59% of Americans describe themselves as people who put money away.
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CreditCards.com reports that 65% of Americans lie awake at night worrying about their financial situation.
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By taking advantage of the back-door IRA strategy, high-income earners can have more tax-free funds available in retirement.
The Economic Policy Institute breaks down how much typical parents in their 30s have put away.
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With a little hacking, flexibility and willingness to save and invest well, a comfortable retirement is still within our grasp.
With Americans constantly changing jobs, many leave 401(k) accounts behind at old employers. Here's what to do with near-forgotten balances.
Geri Pell, Pell Wealth Partners senior financial advisor, gives her best tips for what investors can do by the end of the year to cut their 2016 tax bill from the IRS.
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Although Roth IRAs have been around for almost 20 years, just 12 percent of all money invested in IRAs is parked in these types of accounts.
One good way to calm the queasiness amid the postelection volatility: Generously pad an emergency fund and hang on.
During the holidays, it can be tempting to put off financial decisions, but taking certain steps now may well be worth the effort.