Here's how to avoid panicking when your retirement investments decline in value.
Here are three common mistakes experts say you should avoid when naming beneficiaries for your accounts.
Dividend investing is popular with older investors looking for a reliable stream of income to fund their golden years.
When you dream of retirement, you figure you’ll finally enjoy worry-free living. But the first few years can prove surprisingly tense.
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates for the first time in four years and if considering buying an annuity, that should be good news.
When advisors draft a financial plan for a client, they weigh a future filled with unknowns.
Inflation at any level is bad news for seniors and retirees, many of whom are living on fixed income.
What you need to know about the rising cost of living.
If you want your portfolio to keep up, Something paying 1.8% isn’t going to do it.
Many people don’t have a choice exactly when they’re going to retire, and they really don’t want to outlive their money.
Anything that can help you build wealth tax-free in this tax environment we’re in is a good move
Take steps to help your retirement portfolio keep up with rising costs.
While the prospect of tax-free retirement income is tempting, Roth individual retirement accounts (IRAs) aren’t without their detractions and can lead to unexpected costs, especially if you use a backdoor strategy.
I’m 62, unemployed, living off my savings and waiting on Social Security — ‘Can I go fishing for the next 25 years and forget about work?’
Want long-term financial security? Don't tap into your retirement savings without a plan.
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