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.
Consider these sensible and responsible options for your tax refund that are a painless way to save.
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?
Here's how women can get past some gender-based issues -- including longer lives, commitment to family and feelings -- to reach a comfortable retirement.
The IRS lets you count a contribution to your IRA made before April 15 as occurring the previous tax year. You could get a deduction worth thousands.
Your own personal board of directors is a treasure trove of professionals to turn to for advice on finance, law and real estate.
You don't need a large salary to begin building a nest egg. Consistently saving a small amount could help you to retire more comfortably. Here's how.
If you're considering grabbing a tax break by contributing to a traditional IRA before April 15, make sure that a Roth IRA wouldn't be better for you.
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.
Living until or past 100 changes much about how you invest, withdraw money and determine your lifestyle.
As you transition into retirement, you will experience these milestones, starting with being financially ready and telling your boss.
A spousal IRA allows a working spouse to contribute to a nonworking spouse's retirement savings.
The White House plan would put brokers under the stricter requirements for registered financial advisers when they handle clients' retirement accounts.
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.