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.
Paying more in taxes now might seem strange, but this smart retirement strategy can save you a ton in the future.
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?
Solo 401(k)s, SEP IRAs, SIMPLE IRAs and Keogh plans all have up-front tax breaks and tax-deferred savings. Which is best for your retirement?
As usual with surveys on Americans and their savings, there's a disconnect in what savers say they need to accomplish and what they actually accomplish.
Too many people have skewed allocations in their retirement accounts, which could cause big problems, a new study concludes. Here's how to invest.
You'll never find a better way than the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit to boost your retirement savings -- if you're eligible.
Continuing to work your 9-5 after age 65 may stave off retirement and improve your finances but it can also trigger penalties. Here's what to watch out for.
You hear about this commandment all the time from experts, but they're not considering the big picture and the better alternatives you have.
Established firms and startups offer algorithm-based advice, low-cost online managed accounts and 401(k) expertise. Which is best for your portfolio?
Don't view a a 401(k) and a Roth IRA,as an either/or proposition. Using both can strengthen your financial future and get nice tax advantages now and later.
The IRS has increased the amount that 401(k) participants can stash away. Your task: Plotting a strategy that lets you take advantage of that and save more.
Fully 46 percent of boomers don't know their 401(k)s and IRAs charge fees. And over a lifetime, paying higher fees than you need to can cost you a fortune.
Many people automatically move their retirement savings when they change jobs, but sometimes, it's smarter to leave your money where it is.
Once you've decided to invest in your 401(k), the next most important decision is where to put your money. Seven key factors should drive your decision.