Americans must squirrel away money as soon as they reach 18 – or 22 – if they want to guarantee a comfortable retirement.
About 3 in 5 millennial renters who can't purchase a home say the biggest challenge is a down payment, according to a survey from Apartment List.
Half of working Americans are using their retirement funds for unexpected expenses, tuition, and to buy a home, according to a Bankrate study.
Lower interest rates, an increase in new homes, and moderating prices may convince younger buyers to keep looking during the winter.
More than 2 in 5 Americans reported that housing and debt kept them from socking away for their golden years, the most-cited obstacles in their lives.
Trying to retire super early – a popular movement called FIRE – can come at a hefty price to your everyday life, according to former followers.
A scarcity of homes for sale shaped this year’s housing market, helping to fuel three major trends and a handful of small records, according to a new study.
Medicare Advantage plans this year can come with new benefits that aren't necessarily health-related. But it's important to check out the plan's details.
Parents can miss out on earning tens of thousands of dollars if they put their dollars toward their child's education rather than retirement.
It’s Medicare open enrollment season. Here's everything you need to know about original Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medigap and Part D plans.
Even the wealthy need to set up a retirement plan. Here are three tips, Charles Sachs, director of planning at Kaufman Rossin Wealth recommends.
The FAFSA form will open Oct. 1 for incoming and current college students. We answer common questions regarding the form.
The U.S. placed No. 18 out of 44 countries for health, happiness and financial security of its retirees this year, according to a new study.