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The pros say a stock market correction signals a healthy market, but seeing red arrows across your 401(k) and IRA statements is never easy.
07/29/15 - 08:20 AM EDT
Target date funds are becoming increasingly popular among busy millennials who would prefer to turn management of their retirement investments over to a professional.
07/28/15 - 02:21 PM EDT
U.S. workers are more likely to regret not saving enough for retirement more than they are to regret not having been better people, said Diane Gallagher of American Century Investments.
07/28/15 - 11:46 AM EDT
Most workers regret not saving for retirement more than being a better human being, said Diane Gallagher, Vice President of Defined Contribution Investment Only Practice Management at American Century.
07/28/15 - 11:05 AM EDT
There are books galore that claim to have the "secrets" of wise investing. Most don't deliver. Picks on our list explain value investing and give insight on avoiding fraud.
07/28/15 - 10:28 AM EDT
If history is any indication, U.S. markets are overdue for a correction, but a few tweaks to your portfolio can make a pullback a bit less painful.
07/24/15 - 01:18 PM EDT
If you don't retire your debt before you retire from work, it's really going to cramp your style.
07/24/15 - 12:21 PM EDT
A new federal government report could fuel fears of insolvency, but experts are more concerned that Americans are able to make good decisions about their Social Security retirement.
07/24/15 - 09:40 AM EDT
Get ready for voice identification, fingerprints, and iris authentication. Banks are turning to more sophisticated technology to thwart cyber attackers.
07/23/15 - 01:02 PM EDT
It's not just income that's vexing retirees -- it's too much debt and too much spending.
07/23/15 - 09:14 AM EDT
In a sign the 2008 financial crisis is still weighing on Americans' minds, a new study shows only 17% believe stocks are the best place to invest for the long-term.
07/22/15 - 02:42 PM EDT
If you're going to start a retirement or emergency fund, being young and flexible enough to make painful financial decisions will certainly help your cause.
07/20/15 - 11:04 AM EDT