Retirement Planning

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Living In Low Cost State Could Backfire For Retirees, Warns Think Tank

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Living in a low-cost state could backfire as a long-term retirement strategy, says a report by the National Institute for Retirement Security, because of low wages.

MetLife Says Obama Plan Threatens Ability To Advise Middle Class

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MetLife said its dual roles of offering retirement products and advising customers are threatened by the U.S. Labor Department proposal.

Are Retirement Plans Overexposed To Stocks?

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Stock gains mean older workers may have more equity risk in their portfolio than they realize, and more than recommended for their age, according to Fidelity Investments.

LPL Ranks The 10 Worst States For Retirement Life

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LPL Financial weighed a number of factors, including general quality of life and crime rate, to determine the states that retirees might want to avoid.

Voya Tool Helps In Visualizing Retirement Income

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Retirement plan participants should think in terms of retirement income instead of how much they have saved for retirement, says Voya Financial.

Roth IRA Holders A Younger Crowd Than Traditional Market, Study Says

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Roth IRA holders are younger and more likely to contribute to their savings, the Investment Company Institute says.

How Advisors Can Retire Slowly

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Janney Montgomery Scott has a program for advisors who want to provide for their clients' future as they exit their practice.

Where To Retire? LPL Says These Are The 10 Best Places

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LPL weighed a number of factors, including quality of life, as well as finances, to help near retirees decide where to spend their retirement years.

Millennials Have A Ton Of Stock -- They Just Don't Know It

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Auto-enrollment in target-date retirement funds means young workers may have more in equities than they're comfortable with.

Do-It-Yourself Investors Feel Less Secure, Survey Says

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Americans who manage their own finances may end up paying less in fees, but they usually feel less secure than those who use an advisor, according to a new survey.

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