As a young adult graduating as a member of the class of 2015, you have a tremendous opportunity to become a multimillionaire. But time isn't on your side.
More Gen X-ers, or those between the ages of 35 and 49, are saving more for their retirement than baby boomers, those between the ages of 50 and 68.
A new study finds 1 in 4 employees misses out on receiving the full company 401(k) match by not saving enough.
Target date funds remain a darling among some financial advisers, but other retirement experts find its drawbacks make them a poor investment option.
Brokers who manage Americans' retirement accounts may soon be required to put investors' interests first under new rules proposed by the U.S. government.
Uber was the biggest winner in the Fidelity Blue Chip Growth Fund during the last quarter of 2014. Yes, the blue chip fund. What's going on?
You could face a 50 percent penalty if you don't comply with this often-overlooked rule involving required minimum distributions from 401(k)s and IRAs.
Almost everyone eligible for a 401(k) uses one to save for retirement, but a lot also take out loans or make early withdrawals. Where do you fit in?
Yes, you're young, but millennials and members of Generation Y should already be planning their retirement. Here's how.
Uncle Sam helps you to retire as a millionaire with a generous but underused tax break to fund a 401(k), 403(b) or Thrift Savings Plan.
Workers really want a 401(k) at their job, a survey finds, but they don't devote much time on how to use it and want investment advice.
Roth 401(k) plans offer flexibility and the potential for growth that are unmatched compared to any other retirement investment account.
A new analysis of 35,000 401k plans can serve as a benchmark for the options and standards you should expect in your company's retirement plan.
Most investors think they have a self-directed IRA when in fact they have one that limits their investment choices. Do you know which one you have?
If you want to contribute to a qualified retirement plan for 2014, the deadlines are looming.
Catch-up 401(k) contributions help, but the secret to a large sum is contributing as much as possible when you're young. Can you devote $19,000 at age 25?