The FAFSA is an important financial tool for all college students to take advantage of, not just those of limited means.
Kids may roll their eyes at the prospect, but a Roth IRA is a sound and sensible way to get them on the right road to retirement very early.
Skimping on toilet paper is one thing, skimping on health care costs in retirement is another thing entirely. The right investment plan can help.
Planning for long-term care is an important part of your retirement plan, because chances are you're going to need it. Find piece of mind.
Much like driving, blind spots on the road to retirement can be dangerous. Look over your shoulder to make sure the coast is clear with these tips.
Don't settle for an arbitrary number when determining your retirement savings. Learn how to figure out how much you'll actually need.
How much do you really need to live a comfortable retirement? And how do you get there? You need to consider all the factors, have a budget and a plan.
Inheriting IRAs introduces far-reaching tax complications. Make sure to take all issues into account before distributing or reinvesting your inheritance.
Creating a financial inventory and having a plan to reduce debt will help you avoid roadblocks to achieving the retirement you deserve.
Figuring out how much you'll need to retire requires discpline, focus, and an understanding of how expenses will change over time.