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The Best Cities for Seniors

The Best Cities for Seniors

These cities offer good healthcare, opportunities for community engagement and other factors that contribute to quality of life for aging residents.

IRA vs. 401(k): What's the Difference and How Do You Choose?

IRA vs. 401(k): What's the Difference and How Do You Choose?

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

How Retirement Investors Can Invest in Private Companies

How Retirement Investors Can Invest in Private Companies

The CEO of Netcapital shared exclusive advice for investors heading into retirement.

How Advisers Can Have the Fee/Commission Conversation with Clients

How Advisers Can Have the Fee/Commission Conversation with Clients

Adviser Mark Bordelove talks about how financial advisers can help their clients fully understand, at the start of the relationship, how compensation works best for everyone.

How Not to Ruin Your Retirement Paying For Your Children's College Education

How Not to Ruin Your Retirement Paying For Your Children's College Education

Here's what experts say parents and grandparents need to know about Parent PLUS Loans.

Cheapest and Most Expensive States to Retire In

Cheapest and Most Expensive States to Retire In

Whether you plan to relocate or not, the quality of your retirement is certainly affected by your retirement savings and how far you can stretch it in your state.

MBA vs. Executive MBA: What's the Difference?

MBA vs. Executive MBA: What's the Difference?

Choosing between an MBA and an EMBA depends on your personal needs and current situation, so choose wisely.

Don't Fear Healthcare Costs in Retirement

Don't Fear Healthcare Costs in Retirement

Here's one tip: Make sure you have the right insurance.

Fund Your Retirement or Their College Education?

Fund Your Retirement or Their College Education?

Parents should borrow no more for all their children than their annual income and if retirement is less than 10 years away, they should borrow much less.

How to Become a Financial Advisor: What You Need to Know

How to Become a Financial Advisor: What You Need to Know

The education and licenses needed to become a financial advisor will depend on your experience and the financial topic in which you specialize.