Sharing your home with older family members isn’t for everyone, but it may cut costs and make caregiving simpler for you. Here’s help with eight questions about the money side of the decision.
The retirement of thousands of former Detroit city employees may be a casualty of the city’s bankruptcy.
Here’s something you may not know: You don’t have to sign up for Medicare. The catch? If you don’t enroll when you’re first eligible, you could pay some serious financial penalties later in life.
Claiming a large check from Social Security may hurt you in the long run.
If you’re helping out parents whose money isn’t stretching far enough, what happens to your own finances?
According to Fidelity Investments, the average 401(k) balance is up more than 11 percent from a year ago, which was also a record.
Some little-known state laws hold grown children responsible for their parents’ care — at least in theory.