Overcoming Financial Hurdles on the Retirement Path

Overcoming Financial Hurdles on the Retirement Path

Financial adviser Danielle Howard writes that it's good to have financial goals for retirement, but it's even better if you can see ahead and plan to get over these hurdles.

New Investments and Products for Retirement (June 12 2018)

New Investments and Products for Retirement (June 12 2018)

The following are new investments that those saving and or living in retirement might consider for their portfolios. We've included commentary from advisers about the investments, as well.

There's Nothing Funny About Guardianship

There's Nothing Funny About Guardianship

Late-night TV host John Oliver takes on the serious topic of guardianship. We'll round it out. No joking.

Retirement Getting Closer? Beware These Common Financial Blind Spots

Retirement Getting Closer? Beware These Common Financial Blind Spots

Financial Adviser James Werner details how he helped one client see his retirement future more clearly and realistically.

Ask Bob: Will my Wife's Spousal Social Security Benefit Be Cut?

Ask Bob: Will my Wife's Spousal Social Security Benefit Be Cut?

A reader needs to know the best strategies for Social Security spousal benefits and when to claim.

Warm and Sunny Places to Retire Abroad

Warm and Sunny Places to Retire Abroad

Retirees seeking an outdoor lifestyle and the weather to match should consider these destinations: the positive ratings for climate and weather ranked high in the top 10 countries.

Investing for Retirement: Pros and Cons of Unconstrained Bond Funds

Investing for Retirement: Pros and Cons of Unconstrained Bond Funds

Unconstrained bond funds may carry higher concentrations of foreign securities and currencies, which as we've seen recently, can be volatile.

New Retirement Research (June 11 2018)

New Retirement Research (June 11 2018)

Here are some of the latest reports, surveys, and studies related to retirement, including research on weather-based trading strategies, coaching hockey, financial news, and your FICO score.

Why Retirees Should Stick With Stocks

Why Retirees Should Stick With Stocks

Stocks are often volatile, but retirees should stay the course as a means to grow their wealth.

Weekly Roundup (June 8 2018)

Weekly Roundup (June 8 2018)

In this roundup of the best from Retirement Daily for June 4-8: How financial yoga can help you stretch your retirement assets, why you need to get enough sleep to make good financial decisions, and the annual report from the trustees of Medicare and Social Security.