I'm Still Very Worried About My 401(k) in This Market (Part 2)

I'm Still Very Worried About My 401(k) in This Market (Part 2)

Most investors, and especially those on retirement's doorstep, are anxious about the market right now. Here are some solid strategies from the best advisers.

How Much Can You Spend in Retirement?

How Much Can You Spend in Retirement?

Adviser Clark Randall does a deep-dive into the factors that go into calculating how much money you can spend in your retirement years.

Turn an Inherited IRA Into a Family Fortune

Turn an Inherited IRA Into a Family Fortune

Financial adviser David Dixon explains how to manage inherited IRA money to maximize benefits and minimize taxes.

How to Really Diversify Your Retirement Portfolio

How to Really Diversify Your Retirement Portfolio

Adviser Kevin Shuller explains how to understand what diversification is, why it's important and how to use it to protect your retirement savings.

What to Do With Your Retirement Portfolio in This Volatile Market

What to Do With Your Retirement Portfolio in This Volatile Market

Most investors, and especially those on retirement's doorstep, are anxious about the market right now. Here are some solid strategies from the best advisers.

How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affects Retirement Benefits

How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affects Retirement Benefits

Natalie Choate details how tax reform has impacted retirement benefits, especially Roth conversions.

Benefits of a Cash Balance Plan for Retirement Savers

Benefits of a Cash Balance Plan for Retirement Savers

Adviser Mike Weintraub explains the advantages of cash balance plans combined with a 401(k) plan.

What is an Inherited IRA? Distribution Rules and Examples

What is an Inherited IRA? Distribution Rules and Examples

An inherited IRA is a retirement plan that a beneficiary inherits after the previous owner's death, and is typically a family member or spouse of the original account holder.

IRA vs. 401(k): How to Choose a Retirement Plan

IRA vs. 401(k): How to Choose a Retirement Plan

401(k) plans and IRA's share different characteristics - and different features - for retirement-minded Americans.

60 Seconds: Yes, You Need a Will. Like Now.

60 Seconds: Yes, You Need a Will. Like Now.

Everyone should have a will. And you do not need to be wealthy or old to create one. Give me 60 Seconds and I'll tell you why.