The United States ranks as the sixth most generous country in the world when it comes to inheritances. More
Love the culture and excitement of urban life, but loathe the congestion and cost? One of these 'second cities' could be your first-choice retirement spot.
With the cost of attending a four-year college easily inching into the six figures these days, you might be tempted to dip into your retirement savings to help cover your child's education. But doing so could be a costly mistake.
It was long part of the compact between government workers and their bosses: The pay wasn't as good as in the private sector, but the retirement benefits were great - and virtually guaranteed. That's not always the case anymore.
Many Baby Boomers are running short on retirement savings, but their kids are even worse off, according to a Fidelity Investments survey released Wednesday.
Illinois lawmakers voted Tuesday to approve a landmark pension reform package that will cut retirement benefits for teachers, nurses and other retired and current state workers.
The pain of sequester is hurting seniors who get government services like rides to grocery stores and doctor appointments.
Hundreds of thousands of retired union workers across the country are facing proposed pension cuts that could slash their monthly checks in half -- or even worse.
It's been a good year for 401(k) savers with average balances hitting another record high thanks, in part, to the stock market rebound.
Five 401(k) millionaires share their secrets to reaching their first million in retirement savings.
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