People who take on meaningful projects and stay connected to work friends live longer and are happier in retirement.
Saving money rather than spending it on a latte every day in your 20s turns into big bucks by your retirement.
Are you saving enough to retire on time? Expert offers some helpful benchmarks.
As you reach middle age, you should remain aggressive in your retirement portfolio to ensure that you make enough to retire comfortably.
What you need to know to invest in a target-date retirement fund.
Most people get higher returns investing in balanced funds rather than choosing their own asset allocation experts say.
Expert says most people don't save enough to comfortably retire, and many don't save at all.
An expert talks about strategies to continue contributing to your retirement plan even if you lost your job.
There are many benefits to work a few extra years beyond retirement age, says expert.
Retirement expert Alicia Munnell says most baby boomers are not adequately prepared for retirement.
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