How much should I be saving now?

The amount that you contribute to your retirement savings is one of the most important aspects of retirement planning, and is the biggest factor in determining how much savings you will have when you retire. Consider the following three options for determining how much you may need to save each year.

Video - Options for Your Old 401(k)

If you change jobs, consider all the options that you have available for that money:  leaving it in your former 401(k), rolling it to your new 401(k) to your new employer,  rolling it into an IRA, or cashing it out

Four Important Medicare Facts

Many retired Americans depend on Medicare, a form of health insurance from the federal government, to cover their health care costs. But even those who don’t plan on accessing Medicare for several years can benefit from learning how this program will impact their future retirement expenses.