You'll need more time than you think to get your financial house in order by the end of the year - and the clock is ticking.
Contribution limits aren't increasing next year, but you can a bit earn more and still be eligible to contribute to a Roth IRA and claim the saver's credit.
As you start your first job, retirement can seem very far away. But establishing good financial habits now will benefit your career - and your retirement.
Historically, the Standard & Poor's 500 index has gained 7.1 percent from November through April versus 1.4 percent from May through October.
Millennials tend to have a dysfunctional relationship with investing. It's not a good thing, but I know there's a lot of time to turn things around.
Leaving money in your company's 401(k) plan after you retire can have big benefits. But the rules for accessing your money are determined by the plan.
Retirement fund fees may leave workers feeling confused, but experts say too much money is at stake to let yourself be nickel-and-dimed by big charges.
Way too many retirement savers believe they're seeing light at the end of the tunnel, but that light is likely coming from a speeding, oncoming train.
Staying single is a choice that may fit more people's lifestyle goals, but it isn't necessarily helping with their financial goals.
A new survey reveals the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to the Americans' nest eggs. Find out who's most behind.
If you withdraw from your 401(k) too early, you may be hit with a 10 percent penalty unless you left your job after a certain age.
Buying into a mutual fund should be a 'set it and forget it' experience. But there are a few events that should force you into reevaluating your investment.
A new study finds that people are not contributing as much to employer-sponsored retirement plans as they used to.
Dishonest financial advisers cost their clients over $17 billion a year. Here's one economist's plan for putting that money back in your pocket.