To truly be happy in retirement, you need to look inside yourself. Thinking about your focus, freedom, lifestyle, challenges and dreams.
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?
More Americans are transitioning slowly into retirement by working part time, volunteering and developing other businesses. Here's why -- and how.
Forget all those lists from somebody else. A new interactive map helps you understand your own priorities.
Gold is at a more than 4-year low. How are its investors -- who are often older -- faring, and what can they expect?
Investors who are ready to retire should start considering when they should begin claiming their Social Security. Here's what you need to know.
One in 5 middle-class Americans say they would rather die early than run out of money during retirement, according to a retirement survey by Wells Fargo.
The government says millions of older Americans who rely on federal benefits will get a 1.7 percent increase in their monthly payments next year.
Housing is most people's biggest monthly expense, and the one most likely to be a budget buster. For many seniors, that problem is likely to get much worse.
About 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day. That's an awful lot of travel buckets to fill up -- consider relaxation, adventure, culture, romance and more.
Social Security isn't just for retirement. Disability benefits protect you during your career as well.
Many retirees can get more in Social Security benefits by using a strategy called file and suspend. Here's how it work.
Retirement needn't be staid and predictable. A volunteer position overseas can help you meet new people and integrate with the local community.
Social Security benefits for spouses are particularly intricate. To get every penny you deserve, learn about these common scenarios.
You should spend at least as much (if not more) time on your health as you do on your investments, retirees in a new survey agree.
Welcome to Citrus County, Fla., where more than a third of residents are seniors. It's not just a stereotype of Florida. It's a peek into America's future.