If you make the wrong moves with your retirement account when you change jobs, you could inadvertently reduce your retirement income.
After just 12 years on the job, the departing congressman gets hefty retirement benefits.
Many companies are beginning to match employees' contributions again, but some are less generous than they were before the recession.
Would you be able to retire comfortably, let alone survive, without help from Social Security and Medicare?
More than ever, people are digging into these retirement funds early. The odds aren't in their favor -- most who have a loan against their 401k end up defaulting.
A new study says many Americans will have to work into their 70s to afford retirement -- and low-income workers may still be on the job in their 80s.
Even though it's usually thought of as the very last resort for personal finance, more Americans are borrowing from their 401ks.
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