3 Worst Estate Planning Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

3 Worst Estate Planning Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Larry Light details some surprising estate planning mistakes most of us make and how to easily fix them.

Five Reasons to Borrow From Your 401(k) and How to Do It

Five Reasons to Borrow From Your 401(k) and How to Do It

Borrowing from your 401(k) can be a risky proposition. But done for the right reasons, it can be a good financial move.

Are You Putting Money in Your 401k? Jim Cramer Says Now's the Time

Are You Putting Money in Your 401k? Jim Cramer Says Now's the Time

Jim Cramer has sage advice for newer investors.

How to Protect Your Retirement Investments in These Volatile Markets

How to Protect Your Retirement Investments in These Volatile Markets

The key to surviving and thriving in this market madness is sticking to your investment strategy and understanding asset allocation.

How Can You Get the Maximum Social Security Benefit?

How Can You Get the Maximum Social Security Benefit?

Getting the maximum from Social Security can make your retirement easier. Here's how to do it.

Nuts, Fish, Fruits: The Official State Foods

Nuts, Fish, Fruits: The Official State Foods

Hungry? Here are the official -- and unofficial -- state foods.

11 Best States to Retire on a Fixed Income

11 Best States to Retire on a Fixed Income

Retiring on a fixed income? These 11 states deserve your attention.

Open Enrollment Means Costly Changes for Some Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries

Open Enrollment Means Costly Changes for Some Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries

It's that time of year again. It's time for open enrollment. What you need to know about the Medicare Advantage plans to save you money.

How to Know if Annuities Can Help Your Retirement

How to Know if Annuities Can Help Your Retirement

Larry Light reviews the characteristics of different annuities and new research on these retirement products.

Your Retirement Plans and the Elections: Gridlock, Taxes, Social Security

Your Retirement Plans and the Elections: Gridlock, Taxes, Social Security

Financial advisers say people saving for or living in retirement should worry less about politics and focus on the economy, the markets and their investment plan.