It's National Save for Retirement Week is the perfect time to calculate how much money you need to live on -- not just survive, but live the way you would want to in retirement.
There is a tendency of older, “wiser” folk to dismiss the views of a younger generation. However, millennials may be able to teach Boomers some interesting lessons about how to manage money.
Started in 1928, National Business Women's Week recognizes women who have been the cornerstone of working in business in the past and examines how far women in business have come.
The future costs of health care in general, and in some cases long-term care, should be a top concern of current and soon-to-be retirees.
The age that you retire at is a personal decision and depends upon many factors. Here are a few things to take into consideration when it comes to figuring out your retirement age:
Downsizing or moving out of state may offer a better quality of life and some states may offer a lifestyle with more advantages than you have right now.
It’s very interesting to see how men and women in America are budgeting and living across the gender gap.
It's Single Working Women's Week. While the earnings gender gap is an ongoing conversation, many women have ditched their 9 – 5 job in favor of starting a business.
For more than half of women polled the thought of running out of money in retirement is their biggest fear, other than losing a spouse