Go beyond your target-date fund to adjust the risk you're taking, if you want -- but beware of doubling down on investments. More
In his final column, Money magazine's Expert shares his approach to retirement planning -- including his best and worst moves.
Even though bonds could face difficult times ahead as interest rates rise, bailing out of bond funds may lead to more problems than staying put.
Factors you should consider before you say goodbye to your financial adviser and start managing your investments on your own.
Knowing how much to withdrawal from your retirement portfolio each year will give you the best chance of having your retirement savings last.
Getting a late start makes retirement planning more of a challenge, but you have options.
If you are investing for the long run, avoiding stocks completely can be a costly and risky move.
An income annuity offers insurance against the risk of outliving your money. But since you must give up access to the money you invest, you don't want to put all your retirement savings into one.
Don't know what your risk tolerance is? Online tools can help you uncover the amount of market risk you can really handle.
How you can create a retirement plan that can help you simultaneously feel better about your life today and improve your retirement prospects down the road.
The Money 70 list of recommended funds includes low-risk plays and aggressive bets.
Got a question about investing, saving or retirement? Let MONEY's Walter Updegrave tackle it for you.
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