Planning to work longer to bolster your retirement finances? It can make a big difference, but it is tough to pull off. Here's why.
If you're not prepared for financial shocks and sudden bills, stress can derail your long-term comfort and happiness during retirement.
Americans -- especially younger workers -- see gaping holes in the nation's safety net for the elderly, a new poll finds.
Low taxes, affordable health care and a great quality of life are all things Americans hope to find ... somewhere else. Where would you move?
Most of us have daydreamed about early retirement, but how would it work for you? Here are some tips on how to plan for retiring sooner rather than later.
Retirees are facing a double whammy next year: no inflation adjustment in Social Security benefits and a huge 52 percent jump in certain Medicare premiums.
If you don't retire your debt before you retire from work, it's really going to cramp your style.
When moving in retirement, don't forget about the property taxes, condo fees and travel expenses.
States that have legalized marijuana use have become popular retirement destinations for America's seniors.
For many, the prospect of at least part-time work in retirement is a very real possibility. However, it may be dangerous to count on those paychecks.
Official estimates from 2013 show 32,000 Americans living in Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua and Belize. Why are so many pulling up stakes and heading south?
Deciding where to retire? Don't just consider the weather. Choosing the right state may determine whether you will live as a prince or a pauper.
A healthy retirement now beats home ownership as the key piece of the American dream though achieving it may be tough, a poll finds.
Couples are worrying more about their retirement savings. Maybe they should start by figuring out how much they have saved in the first place.
Today, it's more important than ever to follow a financial plan in planning for retirement. Here's what to do if your savings aren't what they should be.