Retirement

August 6, 2022

Save for retirement and prepare for how you'll spend your money once you retire. 

Working in Retirement: How Does It Affect Social Security and Medicare?

If you've retired but are considering returning to work, be aware that your decision may affect your Social Security and Medicare benefits.

Working in Retirement: How Does it Affect Your Savings and RMDs?

Retired but thinking of going back to work? Be sure you understand how it could affect your savings plans and RMDs.

Income Too High for a Roth IRA? Try These Alternatives

If you're interested in contributing to a Roth IRA but your income exceeds IRS limits, you still have options to save for retirement in a tax-smart way.

Should You Consider a Roth 401(k)?

With their tax-free earnings and large contribution limits, Roth 401(k)s could be a useful addition to the retirement-savings toolbox.

Saving for Retirement: IRAs, 401(k)s, and More

We break down which retirement accounts—IRAs or 401(k)s—may be right for you.

5 Surprise Retirement Expenses

These unexpected expenses can derail your retirement. Here's how to get ahead of them.

IRA Rules: 8 Things You Need to Know

When you're ready to choose an IRA, one of your first tasks is to figure out how the rules for each type of IRA line up with your personal situation.

Will Medicare Cover Me When I'm Traveling?

Will Medicare cover you when traveling? It depends not only on where you go but also your type of Medicare policy.

A Guide on Taking Social Security

You may be eligible to collect Social Security as early as 62, but waiting until age 70 yields greater benefits for most people. Here's how to decide.

How Can I Save for Retirement Without a 401(k)?

No 401(k)? Don't let that keep you from saving and investing for retirement. There are ways to create your own retirement plan.