Long-term-care expenses can wipe out your retirement savings, so make sure you protect yourself and your family
For some people, retiring can be an opportunity to keep working in a job they like
While preparing for tax season, take charge of your retirement by gathering and organizing your financial documents
New report warns that millions of middle-aged Americans are struggling to save enough money for retirement
Even with Medicare and supplemental insurance, there may still be sizable out-of-pocket medical costs, so be smart and budget
Medicare provides a good foundation and will keep you safe from catastrophic costs, but it won't pay all your medical bills
Medicare Parts B and D require you to pay premiums, but is the coverage offered a good deal?
Once you reach age 65, Medicare provides the foundation of your medical insurance; read here for the essential details
Social Security is a pillar of most people's retirement income, so it's important to understand the basics
If you retire before age 65, essential medical insurance is a must, but whatever you do, don't go bare!
Your monthly payments are determined by the age at which you elect to receive them
Activate the benefits of a nonworking spouse and maximize benefits of the working party by delaying access