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Retirement at Never: Are You Doomed to Work Til You Die?

Do you really want to work your whole life? An alarming number of workers think they'll have to -- and that number is rising. More than a quarter of workers age 50 and older expect to retire at 70 or later. Even worse, one in six Americans think they'll never be able to retire.

Retiring Solo: Singles Aren't Saving Enough

Most married people look forward to enjoying their golden years together -- at least in theory. But sometimes, reality is more bleak. For a host of reasons, millions of us may enter retirement on our own, and a large fraction of divorced, never-married, and widowed Americans aren't doing enough to prepare for it.

Save on Taxes with a Roth Conversion Right Now

Here's another reason not to panic about about the prospect of a bear market: Doing a Roth conversion while the market's down can save you in taxes. It's a little complicated, but completely worth it. Read on to find out how.

4 Fiscal Steps to Take Right Now

It's been a week of dreadful financial news in the U.S. Many people's instincts will tell them not to make any moves until the trouble blows over. But the best opportunity to significantly improve your financial footing often comes during the worst of the turmoil. Here are four areas in which even small steps, taken now, will help.