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Soon-to-be retirees should consider Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Mississippi for affordable costs of living and home prices.
A man who left work 10 years ago says a single meeting with a financial planner made retirement ‘so much better’
The retiree said meeting with a fee-only financial planner quelled one of his biggest fears: that he's going to run out of money in retirement.
Edd and Cynthia Staton retired abroad in 2009. While living costs are lower, day-to-day life in Cuenca, Ecuador, isn't that different from the States.
Here’s the investment portfolio of 2 millennials who are saving for retirement, a down payment, and their future kids
Justin, 31, and MacKenzie, 28, are balancing multiple financial goals. Christine Benz of Morningstar gave their investment portfolio a makeover.
A new Wells Fargo survey found that 86% of US retirees live primarily on income from Social Security or a pension. It'll be different for millennials.
A new study shows that 92% of Americans don’t understand fixed-income investing — the cornerstone of retirement planning
For the record, fixed-income investing is buying corporate or government bonds that pay periodic interest payments until maturity, according to BNY.
In general, a shift away from pension plans and greater longevity are driving more old-age Americans to continue working beyond retirement age.
If you work for a nonprofit, church, or public school, a 403(b) plan is a great way to save for retirement
What is a 403(b) retirement plan? It's a way for employees of public schools, churches, and other tax-exempt organizations to save for retirement.
An easily overlooked investment account can give retirement savings a huge boost — if it’s used the right way
A health savings account (HSA) can help you build up a cash cushion to pay for health expenses in retirement not covered by traditional Medicare.