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A majority of workers want to put their money in socially conscious investments when saving for retirement. But many still do not have access to those kinds of investments.
S&P Dow Jones Indices, a unit of S&P Global Inc., is launching an environmental, social and governance version of its S&P 500 Index in an effort to meet increased investor demand for sustainable-investment vehicles based on U.S. equities.
The current landscape and rules around retirement savings provide a number of strong incentives for you to consider setting up a Roth IRA this year.
President Donald Trump may believe climate science is junk science, but forward-thinking impact investors love portfolios of companies and funds pursuing climate solutions, which can have stronger returns.
Younger people are pushing for more sustainable investing; this company created an app to help.
Certain funds are aiming to make it easier for investors to back companies that make gender and diversity a priority. But how they advocate for these issues can vary widely.
The amount is up slightly from $280,000 in 2018. While the annual increase slowed over the last two years — 3.6 percent compared with 12.2 percent from 2015 to 2017 — the amount still poses a challenge for many in retirement.
It may take some time to see climate change legislation wind its way through Capitol Hill. But there are ways to to track how well your investments are addressing environmental and social causes now.
Struggling with tax debt? There are moves you can make to reduce the impact of unpaid taxes on your life, credit and financial well-being. Here are five tips to lessen that burden.
Economic and demographic shifts are making life insurance and annuities more attractive options for fixed income, say financial advisors.
Many riders have opted for Lyft over Uber in recent years because it is seen as the "ethical" choice in rideshare, yet for investors who care about ESG (environmental, social and governance), it is too soon to tell how much "good" is in either.
You don't need a million dollars to live a luxurious retirement — so long as you're willing to leave the United States behind.
Values-aligned investing is called by many different names, which are commonly misused or misunderstood by investors. Decoding the terminology will make this type of investing more accessible to advisors and investors alike.
Procrastinators, your time is up. If you've been waiting to take that 2018 required minimum distribution from your IRA or 401(k), you have a few days to get it together. What you should know.
Billionaire investors Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Jack Ma and others are pouring billions into clean-tech ventures as renewable-energy technology advances.