You don’t have to look far for a place to spend your golden years. Consider your current home--with just a few adjustments.
Despite talk of a need for privatization, the U.S. government program still does the job and requires only modest tweaks: Pro or con?
Nest egg looking a little fragile? Chances are you need to rethink your old investment tactics—and consider a few new approaches. Our Annual Retirement Guide can help
Remodeling your home is enticing—and hugely popular. But a smaller home might be preferable, or even a granny flat with your kids. Be wary, though, of reverse mortgages
Following expert advice hasn't helped many investors. Here's what went wrong, and what you need to do now
For these three, retirement was a chance to turn an old interest into a new career: Money management
It's not all about how much you put away while you're working; it's also about how much you spend once you retire
Advisers now concede that fluctuating conditions make rigid formulas for drawing down savings unrealistic
They're finally investing in the wider array of products that have helped put big pension funds ahead of the pack
Why companies—and insurers—are suddenly interested in offering health insurance to early retirees
Retirees will need a stable pot of savings to counter fewer retiree health-care benefits and likely subpar investment returns. Participants in 401(k) plans are getting smarter and stashing less in company stock.
What to watch out for, what to consider, and where to go for guidance to make your nest egg go the distance
Retirees with plump nest eggs can be targets for unscrupulous financial advisers who rake in hefty fees with promises of huge returns
Before you make retirement decisions, make sure you understand the lingo
These vehicles can be a useful part of an investor's tool kit, but there are drawbacks. Here are some tips for using ETFs