Beware these hidden traps among the Social Security rules. They could cost you big, but here’s how to keep that from happening.
Traditional IRAs allow pre-tax contributions and tax your withdrawals; Roth contributions are with after-tax dollars and withdrawals are tax free. What’s the right type for you?
Low interest rates mean you have to cut back on your withdrawals to avoid running out of money before you die.
The stock market crash may have put you in position to take advantage of a Roth conversion. Here’s how to know.
Here are several strategies—including those that go against conventional wisdom—that will help you dramatically reduce taxes you owe the government in retirement.
Although the new federal law called the Secure Act provides many advantages for people with retirement accounts
In a financial crunch? Consider an early withdrawal from your retirement account but beware of these mistakes.
A recent survey shows which age groups are in the worst shape for retirement and what they can do about it.
Very few people pick the right age to start collecting Social Security, sacrificing many thousands of dollars, according to a new study.
If you’re switching jobs, here’s how to make sure you’re making the right moves with your retirement savings.
Vital reading for people with 401(k)s, IRAs, 529 plans to understand how proposed new federal legislation would affect people with 401(k)s, IRAs and 529 plans.
Knowing when to cut financial ties with your adult children can be a difficult decision. Here’s what a new study says.
This strategy does a great job of providing retirement income in today’s low-rate, high-risk investment environment.
Not many people seem confident in their retirement plans, but there are some companies that are making investors happy. Here’s what you need to know.
Lump-sum pension buyout offers are about to become more common, but they could backfire. Here’s what you need to know.