Americans' savings habits just aren't cutting it. The average American socks away 3.5% of their income every month, well below the standard recommendation of 10-15%. That's leaving Americans with a median
Dear Liz: I recently returned to a regular 9-to-5 job after freelancing for several years. I contributed the maximum amount to an IRA while self-employed and continued to do so after starting my new job.
In their 50s or 60s they realize they'll need to work until they're so old and sick that they just can't work anymore. This is a s----- life, and I want something better for you. I just read the book Millionaire
Certified financial planner Sophia Bera answers: What happens to my 401(k) when I change jobs? Great question this week! You have a few different options of what you can do with your 401(k) when you switch