The latest news on retirement
Soaring numbers of people aged 85 and up will face challenges of coping with frailty.
Almost a third of Fortune 1000 firms have frozen pension plans, but it generally didn’t enhance the company’s market value
An aging population increasingly must consider whether getting on a plane is a wise health decision.
Most people in Europe retire before age 65, but in the rest of the world citizens work until significantly older ages
Extension likely as federal deficit approaches $2 trillion and scheduled repeal appears unaffordable.
Health problems and layoffs are the most common reasons for early retirement
We explore things you can do to prepare for losing income due to a job loss or a long illness.
Employers are stepping in to automatically enroll participants in 401(k)s and actively tweaking investment lineups
Consider these age-appropriate opportunities from senior-friendly employers.
Many retirees have shifted their savings into safer investments and cut back on spending since last year