The Importance of Starting Early
Because of the power of compounding and tax deferral, an early start can make a big difference in how much you save for retirement.
Traditional and Roth 401(k) plans provide potential tax advantages to help you save for retirement. Which may be suitable for you will depend upon your unique circumstances.
Find out about the potential risks of market timing versus a buy-and-hold investment strategy.
With traditional pension plans rapidly becoming phased out and Social Security's long-term future in doubt, more Americans shoulder the responsibility of funding their own retirement.
This article examines the reasons why one of the most important decisions you can make with regard to your retirement plan is naming beneficiaries.
No matter where you are in your life or how much you have in your retirement account, your employer-sponsored retirement plan may have features that could help you build your nest egg.
This interactive chart illustrates how tax-deferred retirement savings vehicles can give you the edge you need to pursue your financial goals.
Learn about the potential benefits of diversifying your investment portfolio with different types of assets.
You want to save for retirement and take advantage of your employer's match in your 401(k) plan, but you aren't sure you can afford to. You may be surprised to see how contributing to your 401(k) will increase your income without taking a big bite out of your paycheck.
Determine whether you are on track saving for retirement, and if not, how much you should invest each year to reach your savings goal.
Which type of 401(k) plan is right for you -- a traditional or a Roth 401(k)?
This video considers tax deferral and the many other benefits of employer-sponsored plans.