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If you’re nearing retirement, you’re probably trying to figure out where you want to live. Nearly three-quarters of those between 50 and 64 want to “age in place” and stay in their homes in retirement. But where are the best and worst “places”? Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has the cities with the most to offer, and which places rank lowest in a recent retirement survey.
Financial advisors say investing in your health is as important as investing in the market when it comes to planning for medical costs in retirement.
The demand for home health and personal care aides is expected to increase 41 percent to more than 4 million jobs through 2026.
Forget gardening, golfing and grandchildren, today's retirement often means working — at least part time.
There’s a big difference in the amount of angst among boomers who are retired and those who are still working in their 50s, 60s and early 70s. Here's why.
About 57 million Americans have no access to a retirement savings plan. Some states want to change that.
Don't let financial clutter pile up. Here are four steps to creating a fresh financial strategy.
Medicare is taking extra steps to ensure your security. Not all of them are working.
Interest in Roth IRAs is gaining steam, particularly among those who want to take advantage of their new lower tax rate.
This change is the biggest update to the military's pension and benefits since World War II.
Many older workers are interested in working into retirement, but that extra income can cost you if you're not careful.
The more you go online, the more you increase your chances of falling victim to cybercrime. Here's how to protect yourself.
Most of the top cities to retire rank high for health care, not weather. That bodes well for retirees.
Follow these tips head off any fight among your kids — and to limit the amount of taxes they may have to pay.
Years of careful planning can go up in smoke if you have an unexpected accident or illness. How to avoid that.
Older Americans whose life insurance policies may be ending face a decision on how to continue their coverage.
The latest CNBC Fed Survey.
Americans are still shaken by the pandemic and the volatility of the markets. Many are working to manage the impact on their retirement and savings. The implications of the pandemic and economic volatility and changes in tax laws bring new considerations for individuals and especially those retirees planning for and managing future finances.
The Workforce Wire provides news and information on what employers and executives are doing to adapt to the ever-changing workplace.
You may have to leave the workforce sooner than expected. Here's how to save for retirement with unexpected events in mind.
The 10 best U.S. cities for early retirement are ranked by effective income tax rate for retirees, the average cost of a silver health insurance plan for a 60-year-old, the concentration of nearby medical facilities, crime statistics and more.
Teachers, firefighters and police officers who are eligible for pensions and Social Security may receive reduced retirement benefits. Some lawmakers want to overhaul that rule.