While the 2017 cost of living adjustment for Social Security didn't lead to many cheers, experts say it can serve as a good wake up for Americans.
Nothing--under ordinary times--is certain except death and taxes. But under President Donald Trump--only death is certain.
Paying off debt is the new savings as many Millennials are wary of credit cards and real estate
With so many unknowns in the investing world, it's important to manage risk, limiting downside, while protecting upside. These tips can help.
40% of Social Security beneficiaries pay income tax on the benefit. Here's how to minimize that tax bite.
The big question these days is, should we even call it retirement any more?
'Stay healthy' - key advice for wealthy seniors until the estate tax dust settles in D.C.
While Americans try to find money to plow into retirement accounts and 401(k) plans, most seem to be neglecting another crucial savings account -- the all-important rainy day fund.
These blue-chip stocks are rewarding shareholders with higher income and have strong long-term outlooks.
Pharma stocks have bounced back from their prior selloff, but whether they will continue their upward trend under a Donald Trump administration remains unclear.
Volatility in the stock markets should not be feared by investors, because any large gains or losses are often reversed after the panic or euphoria subsides.
For those who have an individual retirement account that is central to their family's financial security, Tuesday's outcome could be more consequential than they thought.
Markets and investors might not like uncertainty. Here's what to consider looking ahead to the next four years.
Scoop up quality, high-dividend stocks that have been beaten down.
Unexpected events - and costs - can be a real shock to your retirement. Here are five.