CNBC analyzed five "best U.S. cities to retire" lists. These most-mentioned cities represent the best of the best.
Making it a reality may lie in completely rewiring your financial habits, with the goal saving enough to not need a job
Deciding when to retire and when to take Social Security requires more than just an examination of your finances. Some soul searching may be needed.
Did you know that the first $20,000 that is withdrawn from a 401(k) or IRA is exempt from New York State income tax?
Countless seniors will see their health insurance premiums jump if Trump's healthcare plan goes through.
You don't have to choose between paying off your student loans and saving for retirement. Here is how to do both.
Can’t decide between a traditional IRA and a Roth? Here are a few points to consider.
If you want to retire successfully, you’ve got to get a handle on risk, investments positioned so that you don’t pay taxes you don’t need to pay and a legitimate strategy for Social Security.
This affects every single new retiree.
Whether your clients are receiving monthly checks or still paying in, be aware of these adjustments.
In his final article on year-end tax tips, columnist Craig Smalley, EA, explores the different retirement plan options for businesses and individuals, along with the rules associated with each one.
Many Americans are scared about not saving enough for retirement. But new data, released by a trio of progressive economists, shows that retirement plan savings by the U.S. middle class are at record levels and continuing to rise.
In the past few years, Norway, in particular, has made a few smart changes to its retirement system that have been a huge help to its residents and to its employers.
As a senior homeowner, you might be ready to move to more convenient housing, but leaving your home might seem to needlessly compromise your independence and make you feel old before your time.
By Liz Weston Financial planners and credit counselors see plenty of examples.
The one superannuation rule that seniors group wish had changed on Starts at 60.
Baby boomers suffer disproportionately from its financial fallout — especially women.
About 60% of employers offer employees some sort of retirement plan, but not all employees take advantage of the plans offered.
For wealthier households, there's leeway to trim luxuries.
Loss aversion threatens your retirement security.