Oregon has become the first state to roll out a state-run retirement savings plan that’s expected to give 1 million private-sector workers a chance at saving for the future.

With the stock market at new highs, you may be getting close to your retirement savings goal. Sharon Epperson has some tips on the next moves you should make.

This change is the biggest update to the military’s pension and benefits since World War II.

The majority of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings, while others have nothing put away. Sharon Epperson takes a deeper look at the nation’s savings problem.

The top House tax writer on Wednesday signaled that Congress could still propose changes to a popular retirement savings plan in its tax bill, contradicting an assurance made by President Donald Trump. At a Christian Science Monitor event, Rep. Kevin Brady said Republicans are “exploring a number of ideas” to “create incentives for Americans to …

President Donald Trump tweets there will be no change to a popular retirement savings plan under the new GOP tax bill.

A definitive guide to funding your golden years.

Accounts have hit record highs for the third consecutive quarter, according to Fidelity. How to make sure you’re on track.

One in 10 workers hits the maximum contribution levels for retirement savings. Here’s what they don’t buy instead.

Proposals to tax contributions upfront, limit deferrals and create new savings accounts are floating around Capitol Hill.

How healthy you are can affect your ability to save for retirement, how soon you retire, and your Social Security claiming strategy.

You don’t have to wait to leave the workforce in your 60s. These calculators built by early retirees will let you know if it is a good fit.

Pessimism about financial health may cause retirees to withdraw less from their investment accounts, a new study finds. Here’s what to know.

Your golden years might be the best time to change up your career. Here’s how to make the transition.

Throwing a wrench into your retirement savings to pay for college may seem worthwhile, but you — and your kids — may regret it later.