According to a recent survey conducted on behalf of TD Ameritrade, a majority of Americans over age 40 plan to keep working after their retirement age. Perhaps it’s time to get a fun side hustle.
A look at some of the best places to retire ranked by affordability, health care, and quality of life.
Seniors are returning to the classroom to continue their education and skills for a more fulfilling and meaningful retirement.
Do you want to own a second home as an investment or vacation property? Learn why it’s important to look before you leap.
The transition from career to retirement doesn’t have to go straight from the office to the retirement community. Here’s how one woman’s retirement path took a detour through a field of flowers.
Planning for your retirement? Here are nine things to consider for your budget checklist.
Here’s why you need to keep your retirement money growing even when you’re already using it (hint: inflation and longevity).
Are you on track to have income that lasts throughout your retirement? Learn six steps to help answer this question and create a retirement income plan.
Learn about the benefits and challenges of multigenerational household finances and get details about household financial management.
As technology becomes more and more integral to our everyday lives, it’s also becoming a more prominent feature in retirement. Learn some of the apps that are improving seniors' lives.
Unless changes are made in the near future, the U.S. Social Security system may become underfunded, leaving future retiree benefits in doubt. How should you prepare?
Explore how to know when taking early retirement makes sense, and some of the things you should consider before retiring.
Feeling financially conservative at retirement age? Your golden years need not be totally devoid of growth investments.
When retirement planning, there are many things to consider while assessing your income, expenses and assets. These 6 steps can help turn your goals into acti
If you split your time between two residences, proper tax planning should include certainty on your residency status and domicile.
You've worked hard to save for retirement, so now it's important to enjoy the fruits of your labor.
When considering how and when to draw down your retirement funds, look beyond the 4% rule and consider sequence of return risk.
Part 1 of the 4-part "Drawing it Down" series looks at the 4% rule, and why the rule-of-thumb drawdown strategy may be in need of tweaks.
It’s important to determine how much money you need to retire, but another key decision is when to retire. This article features 12 questions to ask yourself.
What are you saving for and why? Here are ideas to help you plan for a retirement that’s worth living and sharing with your loved ones.
Delay your retirement date but not the gratification of retirement dreams. T. Rowe Price calls it Practice Retirement®.
Who said retirement means stop working entirely? An encore career may be a key piece of your financial plan.
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