Americans dream big about travel in retirement. Many see retirement as having unlimited vacation time, and they now have “time off” to take all those trips they put off during their working years. Yet many are unprepared financially to ensure their dreams come true….
A recent study from the Boston College Center for Retirement Research identified three major risk to retirement plans, namely out-of-pocket medical expenses, cognitive decline and widowhood….
The era of working for a single employer for the length of your career—40-plus years and receiving a pension—is a distant memory. On average, an American worker holds more than eight jobs over the course of his or her career. As a result, many retirement savers may have accumulated a variety of retirement accounts,…
Many Americans have benefited throughout the years by not having to pay taxes on contributions paid into our traditional 401(k) plans and IRA accounts and on the investment returns on those contributions. Deferring taxes for decades has real value….