With bond yields scraping along all-time lows, the stock market nearing multi-year highs and a tenuous economic recovery, those who are retired or nearing retirement have a lot to think about. Below you will find links to our best investment ideas as well as interviews with professional investment advisers and strategies to secure your retirement.
Jim Cramer on Retirement
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You can withdraw an application for Social Security benefits if you act quickly and pay back all benefits received. In retirement, mulligans don't exist on the gold course alone.
A new study shows U.S. retirement savers are increasingly optimistic about retirement – but are robo-advisors a big reason why?
Whether it's adult children moving back in or older parents who need long-term care, retirees carry a heavy burden even after their working days are over.
Participation in 401(k) plans continues to climb, and while Baby Boomers have the highest participation rate, Millennials and Gen-Xers have gained on the older.
10,000 of us turn 65 daily. Where will we sleep? Nobody really knows. Experts say there is a real shortage of affordable housing for the nation's seniors.
Women have an uphill climb toward a decent retirement. But it’s a climb they have to make.
Few know it but once you are in a Medigap plan for six months, you may be in it for life. Choose wisely.
While the prospect of living longer excites most Americans, the necessity of needing more retirement savings is causing more and more concern for younger generations.
Many seniors flee high taxes and low winter temps in search of better retirement living.
With more Americans experiencing weak retirement savings accounts, some are turning to home equity in their golden years. But at what cost?
American adults at or near retirement seem to love organized 55-plus communities, but they’re very choosy about the homes they pick.
There’s at least one bright spot on the U.S. retirement landscape, and, right now, it’s shining directly on 401(k) plans.
The recession left many older homeowners feeling lucky to have their heads above water, especially with home equity becoming so valuable as they enter old age.
Roughly 66 million people haven't placed a dime into an emergency fund, but Millennials who've dealt with debt and unemployment are turning the tide.
12 million Medicare opioid prescriptions were written last year - is this a crisis? Or just pain management?