Retirement

  1. 5 Ways to Save and Pay for College

    College tuition is expensive. Here are five ways to save and pay for college.
  2. 3 Charitable Giving Strategies Anyone Can Use

    Here are three charitable giving ideas that the average American can use.
  3. Using a Self-Directed IRA to Invest in Real Estate

    Investing in real estate through an SDIRA can be a good addition to your retirement savings.
  4. Commit to Saving Money to Transform Your Future

    Having money saved for an emergency and retirement will reduce your financial fear and insecurity.
  5. Tax-Deferred vs. Tax-Free Retirement Accounts

    Understanding the difference between tax-deferred and tax-free is key to planning for retirement.
  6. Lottery Winnings: Take the Lump Sum or Annuity?

    If you win the lottery you need to weight the pros and cons of the lump sum and annuity options.
  1. The Reverse Mortgage: A Retirement Tool

    Discover another way to fund your retirement without having to make payments on a loan.
  2. What Does It Cost to Retire in New Zealand?

    New Zealand is beautiful and welcoming to retirees – but only if they bring a healthy bank account. See how you measure up.
  3. Have You Done Your Retirement Arithmetic?

    Learn these magic numbers for a comfortable retirement. Here's how one investment manager calculates how much you'll need.
  4. 5 Retirement-Wrecking Moves

    These common mistakes can sabotage your nest egg and your plans for retiring.
  5. 6 Tips to Stop Worrying About Retirement

    Try some creative thinking and these smart moves to take the pressure off.
  6. The Most Popular Countries for Retiring Abroad

    The surprising countries Social Security says are the most popular places for Americans to retire.
  1. Stocks Vs. Bonds

    Find out the aspects of each of these popular investment vehicles and how they can work for you.
  2. What Does Medicare Cover?

    Don't assume you're insured. Find out what you can expect from this healthcare program.
  3. Taking The Surprise Out Of Long-Term Care

    Don't be caught unprepared - find out what to look for in LTC insurance policies.
  4. The Evolution Of Retirement

    Retirement has transformed over the years as worker's life spans increase and their expectations change.
  5. 10 Last-Minute Retirement Tips

    The months leading up to your retirement can be the most crucial in terms of planning. We provide a to-do list.
  6. Filling In The Medicare Gaps

    Basic Medicare is not a perfect fit for everyone - sometimes, extra policies are required to suit a person's needs.
  1. Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL)

    CASL is a professional designation for financial advisors who have demonstrated a commitment to helping clients who are older ...
  2. What Divorcees Should Know About New Social Security Rules

    The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 has changed the way ex-spouses can claim Social Security benefits.
  3. Establishing a Financial Caretaker for Old Age

    Use these steps to have a financial caretaker in place before you really need one.
  4. The Retired Person's Guide to Managing Expenses

    Use these strategies for managing your expenses when retired, and you'll be able to enjoy life with a minimum of unpleasant ...
  5. A Retirement Plan Option for High-Income Doctors

    The 457(b) plan allows high-earning doctors to save more for retirement than the 403(b) plan.
  6. Are You Saving Money for Big Life Changes? Part 2

    The second part of this series looks at preparing financially for two life-changing events.
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