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Retirement Study Shows Parents, Adult Kids Not Talking

When it comes to the topic of retirement, aging parents and their adult children too often have a failure to communicate.

Fresh Facts for Freelancers Funding Their Retirement Accounts

The shift to a 'gig' economy remains intact with more people than ever working as Uber drivers or Airbnb owners.

Why Staying Home to Raise Kids Is More Costly Than You Realize

Parents who take a break from working in order to care for their children are paying a much higher long term cost than they realize, according to a new study.

Before Taking That New Job, Ask About The 401(k)

Retirement plans have often been used by employers as another element of an employees' compensation.

What Recovery? Americans Don’t Feel Financially Secure

Despite an improving job market, far too many Americans feel insecure about their finances, according to a new study.

Don’t Ignore These Roth IRA Tips Ahead of Tax Day

Keep track of your Roth IRA contributions, said Ed Slott, founder of Ed Slott & Company.

There’s a Retirement Savings Gap Between Men and Women

If you think the process of saving for retirement is the same for men and women, think again.

Many Investors Think This Year’s Stock Market Volatility Is Here to Stay

The first few months of 2016 saw elevated levels of volatility in global stock markets amid falling oil prices and worries about a slowdown in China’s economy.

T. Rowe Price: Staying the Course Pays Off

Investors who remain invested tend to fare far better in the years after a market downturn than those who sell and then try to jump back into stocks.

Gen Xers Win Title of 'Most Worried’ About Retirement

Generation Xers were slammed by the financial crisis and are now worried about the stability of their jobs.