Retirement changes a lot of things, including how you spend your money.
The interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage edged up to 3.435% today.
You can't count on the average monthly benefit check to be the amount you'll be receiving.
Here's a chance to maximize your retirement savings.
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These numbers could be a real eye-opener.
These companies have been firing on all cylinders and soaring. A stock market correction will make them more attractively valued.
If you need a little nudge to maximize your Roth IRA contributions, these time-sensitive benefits should do the trick.
If you plan to rely heavily on Social Security during retirement, here's what you need to know.
Don't miss out on benefits that could help you provide for yourself in your later years.
You might, in fact, want to rejoice over a market crash.
Don't assume claiming Social Security at 62 is always the right move if you're in poor health.
When the greatest living investor takes an interest in a company, who are we to argue with him?
You should take full advantage of free money to grow your retirement nest egg.
You may be surprised at the different factors that can cause your benefits to take a hit.
Who doesn't wish they could retire a little sooner?
Here's how to avoid falling into a similar trap.
Investing more for your future is easier than you may expect.
In order to combat the effects of inflation, all retirees need some exposure to growth in their portfolios.
It may actually be possible, but a lesser sum, like several million dollars, is more likely.
It's not easy finding the stocks that generate life-changing returns. But there are clues to help you find them.
And why you might want to copy the legendary investor's cautious approach.
From what beneficiaries receive monthly to what workers could owe in payroll tax, big changes are on the way for America's top retirement program.
Waiting until 70 can pay off in terms of larger checks.