How much money do you need to retire? Survey says $1.7 million
Most respondents indicated that the 401(k) was their only or largest source of retirement savings.
Phone and email scams even the smartest people fall for
Knowing how fraudsters operate can help you evade their costly tricks.
‘Gray divorce’ rates are growing, leading to unique challenges
Women bear the financial brunt of a breakup
Boomers going bust as record numbers file for bankruptcy
People over 65 file for bankruptcy five times more often than 25 years ago. Boomers face medical costs and student loan debt with little savings.
Retired but working part-time? Here’s the tax break you need to know about
Boomers should take advantage of the deduction seemingly tailor-made for them
How do I reclaim Social Security survivor benefits that were withheld?
Is it a monthly benefit increase or a lump sum?
What’s the best retirement strategy? Stanford compared 292 options to find the answer
Out of all those different scenarios, research favors this 'spend safely in retirement strategy'
If I filed separate tax returns from my spouse can I still get Social Security survivor’s benefit?
Does it matter how we filed our taxes?
Want to retire and live in an RV full-time? 8 things you need to know
Take it from two couples that made the dream a reality
Want to claim your part of the Equifax settlement? Prepare for a tiny payout
The company is offering $125, but the settlement won't stretch that far
Does my pension reduce my Social Security benefits?
Don't forget about the Government Pension Offset program
Social Security Administration adds 6 more states to online replacement card service
2.3 million people have already replaced their Social Security cards online. Here's how you do it
This group of women bears the highest retirement risk
Nearly half of all married women in two-earner households will lower their standard of living in retirement
Regret taking Social Security too early? You could have a chance for a do-over
If you have second thoughts within a year of claiming, you can give the money back
If your ex-spouse files for Social Security early will you be penalized as well?
You won't be penalized for a decision you had no role in making