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Millennials, people ages 18 to 35, are educated and digitally savvy, but bad timing means they will get shortchanged in retirement.
Longer lives and economic pressures make it imperative workers rethink retirement plans, say the founders of research firm BrightScope.
Most Americans lack even a basic understanding of how to make their retirement nest egg last, a new survey finds.
Sharon Epperson interviews Fidelity Investments' Kathleen Murphy about asset allocation in retirement plans.
Thanks to irreversible socioeconomic changes, most Americans have to radically change their idea of what retirement looks like.
Today's retirees have high debts and low savings. Nobel laureate Richard Thaler thinks buying into an annuity-type program through the Social Security Administration can help solve that. But other experts are not so sure.
When you contribute to a Roth 401(k), the contribution won't lower your taxable income today. But when you eventually take the money out, similar to a Roth IRA, it's completely and utterly tax-free.
As the annual trustees report warns of impending trouble if Congress doesn't act, advocates hope lawmakers take action to both strengthen the program's finances and expand its benefits.
Rising Risks looks at the real estate impact of rising tides and increasingly extreme weather.
Invest in You: Ready. Set. Grow. is focused on improving Americans’ money knowledge of saving, spending and investing.
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