If you're waiting until the absolute last moment to file your taxes, at least see if you're eligible for these credits and deductions.
More than 700,000 businesses and individuals are expected to wipe out or reduce their debt through bankruptcy this year. Here's how to decide if it's a strategy worth considering.
Many older Americans are continuing to work into their late 60s and 70s. Sharon Epperson has some tips on how to find the best job based on your criteria.
The Empire State is moving toward ensuring private sector employees have access to a retirement plan at work.
While most baby boomers who have retired don’t worry about saving, the majority of baby boomers who haven’t retired do worry. Sharon Epperson has the top lessons these retired baby boomers have already learned about saving.
If you haven't filed yet, go through your receipts one more time to nab these deductions and credits.
An Obama-era rule that aimed to protect your retirement savings has just been struck down by a court. Here's what it means for your relationship with your advisor.
We ask AARP’s Sarah M. Gill: How much do you need to save for retirement?
If your target-date fund took a beating in February, now might be a good time to learn more about its risk profile — and whether it's your best choice.
Just because you are invested in index funds in your 401(k) doesn't mean you should set it and forget it. Investigate how much those investments are really costing you.
If assets are divided incorrectly, the result could be taxes, penalties or the wrong amount of money going to an ex-spouse.
We're halfway through tax season. If you haven't filed yet, go through your receipts one more time to nab these deductions and credits.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson looks at what all the recent volatility means to the average person's 401(k) retirement plan.
President Trump's not talking about your 401(k), but that doesn't mean you should forget about it. Here's what to do during market turmoil.
At many companies, the 401(k) is coming with bigger matches and added Roth options. How to take advantage.
Don't let financial clutter pile up. Here are four steps to creating a fresh financial strategy.
Your financial products and plans can have a shelf life. Sharon Epperson has tips on how to make sure to keep your financial plans up to date.
High 401(k) plan fees could shave 10 years or more off your retirement.
The gig economy is growing, but will all these workers ever be able to retire? New solutions may help them save.
A sign of hope for investors: Your savings just might be on track for a decent retirement.