Several important changes go into effect this year which may be of interest to those planning for — or nearing — retirement.
The recession wreaked havoc on the 401(k)s of many older workers, but the retirement outlook has changed in other ways too.
There was a time older Americans could rely on cushy pensions in retirement (which helped them remain debt free), but these days, most don’t have a pension — and debt levels are high.
Sure, grandchildren probably want the latest X-Box game or a brand-new iPad, but they probably don’t need yet another toy.
A number of studies have shown that women overall tend to be less confident about their retirement than men; a new study released today shows that this holds true even for wealthy women.
A new study shows that where one lives in the U.S. significantly impacts how they feel about retirement.
Nearly three in four Americans are optimistic about their future and a full 66% feel that they’re “in control” of where their lives are headed, according to a new study.
Seniors used to have until the end of the year to make changes to their Medicare plans. But this year, the deadline is Wednesday, Dec. 7.