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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.
I rolled over my retirement accounts to gain more control over my savings, and it wasn’t as hard as I’d thought
When I changed careers, I decided to roll over my retirement accounts to have more control over how they were invested.
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.
If your retirement account is draining fast, you're overspending, or your grandchildren take gifts for granted, you might be giving them too much.
Keri Gailloux now travels around the country full time in her home, a $45,000 converted school bus.
A couple who wanted to travel in retirement sold their 4,000-square-foot house to afford it, and they aren’t sorry
Joe and Karen Stermitz retired from corporate careers wanting to see the world. So they sold their house and moved into a camper to do it.
No matter how urgent student loans seem, there’s a good argument not to put retirement savings on pause while you pay
As student loans become a bigger problem for young Americans, it's important to both save for retirement and pay off student loans at the same time.
Personal Capital, a personal finance app, helped her see where she was spending, what she was saving, and how she could save more towards my goal.
Wyoming, Nevada, and Delaware are the best states for retirement taxes, thanks to low income, property and sales taxes.
Patriots rookie is saving and investing 90% of his paychecks so he can ‘live like a prince’ for the rest of his life
Joejuan Williams told the Boston Globe that he's taking his finances seriously, and not treating a second NFL contract like it's promised.