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Are You Afraid of Running Out of Money in Retirement?

If you’re like most women, the answer is yes. A new survey from Bank of America shows that nearly 60 percent of mass affluent women (women with $50,000 to $250,000 in investable assets) are concerned with the possibility of not having enough to...

The 4 Best Ways to Jump-Start Your Retirement Savings

Saving for retirement is a lot like dieting. We all know what we should be doing, but actually doing it is hard. It’s much easier to make excuses. We’re busy. We have responsibilities — to children, to older parents — that compete with our...

How to Retire 35 Years Early

For many Americans, the idea of an early retirement is pure fantasy — many surveys suggest that a good portion of us are convinced we’ll never be able to retire at all. But what if retirement saving isn’t quite as insurmountable an obstacle as...

Ask an Advisor: How Do I Create a Retirement Savings Plan?

My husband and I are in our late thirties, and we're not sure how much we should be saving for retirement. How can we estimate what we'll need and how much we should be putting aside each year to cover it? We both want to retire in our sixties. —...

Peek Inside Her Portfolio: How I’ll Retire by 50

“Peek Inside Her Portfolio” looks beyond charts and formulas to explore how real women are (really) planning for retirement. Erica is a 39-year-old single woman who will be eligible for retirement from her job as a firefighter in 11 years. But...

9 Ways to Guarantee Your Retirement

Once upon a time, retirement meant stopping work at 65 and spending the rest of your days doing whatever you wanted while your Social Security and company pension checks rolled in. Not anymore.

A Simple Way to Save for Retirement

"I keep hearing about target-date funds. What exactly are they, how do they work and are they right for me?" —Alisa, Seattle, WA Ask many bright, accomplished woman about "diversification" and "rebalancing" and chances are you'll still get blank...

Is it Too Late to Start Saving?

I’m 57 years old and wondering: Is it too late to save money for retirement? I expect to be working for another 10 years. Is that realistic? -- Maria, Trenton, NJ Unfortunately, the American dream of retiring at age 65 seems to be a thing of the...


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