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These oppressive loans are impacting retirement.
The parents’ guide to wedding planning: finance edition.
What the data really show about spending as we age.
A simple annuity is a good way to keep from running out of money, writes Michael Edesess.
Most people crave a monthly check.
Exploring donor advised funds and charitable distributions.
Now you have to plan for a 30-year retirement
Health has more to do with your retirement planning than you may think.
Brushing up on digital skills is a smart move if you want to work remotely in your 50s or 60s.
How much do you need to retire? It depends heavily on where you live
Extreme frugality was the key to financial freedom for this FIRE family.
Dallas natives Jim and Jiab Wasserman retired in their 50s to Granada, Spain. They tell MarketWatch how they did it, what they now spend each month, and what it’s really like to retire abroad.
This Virginia couple retired to the Caribbean island of Bequia and opened an art gallery.
Tell MarketWatch what you want in retirement, and we’ll tell you where to live.
If you’re looking for a fresh start for your second act, a college town is a great place to make it happen.
Can religious involvement have a positive affect on health and well-being?
Working in retirement can come with unexpected costs and hazards. Here’s how to plan for them.
It’s easy to fail at personal finance.
How to get to financial independence.
This could pay dividends for a lifetime
And how to get the most out of your cup.
Retirees may not be considering the risk of higher inflation in coming decades
Create the right habits; don’t be a slave to debt.