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
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401ks and IRAs
Thanks to crushing student loan debt and a dearth of jobs, Millennials got used to saving money -- even if it isn't for retirement.
A larger number of retirees are opting to forgo home ownership and instead prefer renting to give themselves additional mobility and disposable income.
Nearly four out of five Millennials are not currently investing in the stock market - with more than 40% saying they don’t feel they have enough money to invest.
A large percentage of Americans still lack any retirement savings either through a 401(k) plan or IRA despite the advent of robo-advisors and budgeting apps.
Recent market volatility, the global economy and the presidential election all have the affluent feeling jittery, but a big layer of narcissism belies that fear.
While a big chunk of workers and retirees would rather live out their days at home, assisted living has developed a far better reputation than nursing homes.
While Americans’ confidence in having enough money to retire is remaining steady, preparation for those golden years still seems to lack.
U.S. adults are O.K. with short-term savings. But long-term savings? Not so much.
With men and women both living longer, people may be surprised that the threshold for retirement savings are rising too.
Setting up a self-directed Individual Retirement Account is a powerful and increasingly popular investment move, but avoid these common pitfalls that could ruin your portfolio.
For even the most dysfunctional families, a meeting can clear the air on topics as small as a job loss or as big as the future of the family business.
By meddling with your investments and being overly protective of your money, you may be missing out on the most fruitful portions of the market cycle.
You might have read about how to put $5,500 a year into a Roth IRA - even when exceeding standard income limitations. But what about the mega backdoor Roth IRA?
Don't let misguided romanticism prevent you from protecting your finances. Considering the high rate of divorce in America, you'd be foolish not get a prenup. Here are the details.
It's not too late to make these moves to save money on your taxes. Don't give Uncle Sam more of your hard-earned money than you have to.