Retirement

Check Your Target-Date Fund Approach - Part 1

Selecting a Target-Date Investment? Check the Approach

Part 1 Selecting a Target-Date Investment Investors often look to target-date investments for retirement—and for good reason. They offer a convenient way to invest, professional money...
My 401(k) is set and other retirement fallacies

“My 401(k) Is Set” and Other Retirement Fallacies

Whether retirement is just around the corner or still years away, saving for a financially secure retirement can be daunting. It's important not to...
Millennial Save for Retirement

9 Ways Millennials Can Prepare for Retirement

The reality of retirement is decades away for the millions of millennials. However, the challenges they face—accumulated student debt and limited higher-paying job opportunities—make...
Mind the Retirement Gap

Mind the Retirement Gap

It’s an age-old question: How much is enough? As you reach certain milestones, it becomes obvious that retirement is fast approaching. Are you saving...
Budget Blues Keeping You from Saving for Retirement?

Budget Blues Keeping You from Saving for Retirement?

Do you have enough money to save for retirement? In a bankrate.com survey,* 36% of people said they are able to save some for...
Role Playing: Is your retirement plan in on the act?

Role Playing: Is Your Retirement Plan in on the Act?

When choosing funds for your retirement plan, it’s important to remember that each investment type plays a specific role. Ideally, you want investments that...

Feast or Famine? Three Steps to a Healthy Retirement Portfolio

Saving regularly for retirement, such as contributing to your employer’s retirement plan, is an important step toward a more secure future. The types of investments you choose is...
What are you saving for?

What Are You Saving For?

Using the right tool for a job can make all the difference in the success of the task, and investing is no different. Individuals...
Five myths about retirement

Five Investment Myths About Retirement

Investing is an unfamiliar topic for many individuals and one that can easily be misunderstood. While this may initially seem like an easy to...

Retirement Withdrawal Rates: What You Should Know

Spending in retirement refers to the withdrawal rate you choose from your savings. Taking too much can deplete your savings too fast. You can...

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