With bond yields scraping along all-time lows, the stock market nearing multi-year highs and a tenuous economic recovery, those who are retired or nearing retirement have a lot to think about. Below you will find links to our best investment ideas as well as interviews with professional investment advisers and strategies to secure your retirement.
Jim Cramer on Retirement
Best Investments for 2015
401ks and IRAs
One in three seniors now pays half his income for rent, according to a Harvard study. And the number will go up.
As the stock market continues its volatile ways, now is the best time to check in on those recent retirement planning moves — especially if they concern a Roth conversion.
The fact that more than 70% of you don't make financial plans beyond a year upsets financial advisors, but the overall lack of saving is just plain unhealthy.
Is there such a thing as the new investor—driven by social values as much as investment value?
Tapping into your 401(k) plan for a loan or a distribution should be considered only as a last resort for consumers who are short on cash.
Too many Americans squander their inheritance, even given the best financial advice.
Socially responsible investing remains a retirement saver's priority, but at what cost?
The outlook on the U.S. economy is unclear, with recent data demonstrating too many contradictions: job growth remains weak, though consumer spending is strong.
Looking only at returns without thinking about risk, means seeing only half the picture. As they say, 'In investing you can either eat well or sleep well.'
Three years after 401(k) companies were finally forced to reveal their hidden fees to fund participants, they remain a major money drain on millions of retirement savers' accounts.
There’s a strong chance that one out of every three Americans reading this is over the age of 50—not quite ready to retire and still a viable, valuable worker.
No, saving for retirement isn't daunting -- if you have a plan.
Indifference - or just plain ignorance - on Social Security can cost consumers plenty in retirement.
Many families start thinking about their annual charitable donations around Thanksgiving, but the holiday season's busy enough, and these decisions shouldn't be rushed: Start considering your philanthropic strategy sooner.
The stock market is both choppy and chaotic - what can retirees do to stay on course?