The annual How America Saves survey reveals a 3 percent starting rate’s just not enough.
The ‘Cadillac Tax’ is set to take effect in 2018, and if employers want to avoid paying, they need to start planning now.
The high cost of health care has many older employees considering Medicare, but that decision could cost them money and quality coverage.
Massachusetts’ new transparency law aims to give consumers information on costs.
Author Chris Farrell contends that baby boomers are changing the way we should think about work, community and the good life in his new book, 'Unretirement.'Read More
What is the trend among large corporations to offer retiring leaders some guidance or preparation for both the financial and emotional impact of retirement? Why do they do it and what types of services do they offer?
— Fact-finding Mission, president, consulting/legal, Los Gatos, California
A recent study indicated that 48 percent of respondents believe they will need $50,000 to pay for individual health care costs in retirement, but the true cost is estimated at four times that amount.Read More
One expert says that while retiree health benefits for new hires are becoming a thing of the past, longtime retirees are not likely to see any changes to their coverage.Read More
A proposed agency rule would ask 401(k) plan sponsors to provide several sets of numbers to show participants what their future nest egg might look like. Read More