Americans often make three big retirement mistakes when it comes to their 401(k), says Cameron McCarty, president of Vivid Tax Advisory Services.
Most Americans say they're behind in their retirement savings, but they're willing to take these steps to catch up, a survey shows.
Josh Jalinski, author of 'Retirement Reality Check: How to Spend Your Money and Still Leave an Amazing Legacy', joins the Final Round to maximize your retirement.
One economist has a plan to help employers let their workers save for both emergencies and retirement at the same time.
Yahoo Finance’s Zack Guzman and Kristin Myers break it down with Perksy Founder & CEO Nadia Masri and Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business Dean, Brigitte Madrian.
Why aren’t Millennials more optimistic about retirement? Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers breaks it down on YFi PM with Zack Guzman and Perksy Founder & CEO Nadia Masri.
Are you married to someone receiving benefits? Do you have young children? Have you lost your spouse? Are you thinking about going back to work after retiring early but are afraid your Social Security check will take a big hit? You may be in for some good news.
The program is under pressure, and lawmakers are considering a handful of strategies to shore it up. Some could have big impacts ... especially on the wealthy. So stay vigilant and plan carefully to maximize your benefits.
I regularly hear from people in or near retirement who misunderstand how Social Security works, dramatically underestimate life expectancies or fail to plan for big expenses, such as long-term care or taxes. They've already made up their minds and want to argue about financial planning precepts,
Yahoo Finance wants to help you get retirement ready -- brought to you by Fidelity. Charles Sachs, Director of Planning at Kaufman Rossin Wealth, joined The Final Round to discuss strategies to create liquidity with your assets.
When you're trying to balance a fixed income with an enjoyable retirement, cost of living is a crucial factor to consider. After all, if your daily expenses eat up too much of your budget, you won't be left with much extra for anything fun, to leave an inheritance for your loved ones or even
Do you know what your break-even age is? It's the age at which you come out ahead by postponing taking your Social Security benefits. Here's how to figure it out, and what it means for your retirement.
Yes, millennials have special challenges, but there's a way. Here's some tough-love advice on money and life for millennials from a CPA who is also a millennial himself well on his way to financial independence.
Retirees often follow what is known as the 4% rule. Established in 1994 by financial advisor William Bengen, the rule stipulates that you should be able to withdraw 4% of your retirement savings each year without running out of money during your lifetime. -- Calculate how much you will need in retirement
A recent report shows the average monthly premium is $799 a month for older adults who make too much to qualify for government subsidies.
Setting and forgetting your risk tolerance may cause unwanted results in your investment portfolio. Instead, review your risk profile each and every year with these five steps.
Yahoo Finance wants to help you get retirement ready -- brought to you by Fidelity. Cameron McCarty, President of Vivid Tax Advisory Services joined The Final Round to give tips for saving for retirement.