Consider your flexibility.
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Here's what to do to defend your retirement portfolio against inflation over time.
Why investors should consider guaranteed income as part of their retirement strategy.
If retirement savings don't excite you just yet, prioritize saving for goals that do.
With yields so low, do you stay or do you go?
Whether they’re falsifying their credentials or sharing misleading information, it’s important to protect yourself from financial professionals by verifying their credibility.
Estimating the length of your retirement with personalized information will help you save the correct amount.
It takes more than a sense of the average length of retirement.
Most retirees seem able to weather an expensive medical bill.
Americans face challenges, but thanks to Social Security, most will be OK.
Advisors should assume clients will retire earlier than they expect.
Taking advantage of these five trends will require new levels of expertise.
Morningstar's head of retirement research David Blanchett shares a few strategies for plumping up the nest egg.
Key to a good retirement plan menu is quality, not the number of funds.
Financially sound households get advice from financial planners.
Watch David Blanchett discuss why liability-driven investing has less relevance for individual investors saving for retirement.
Solid advice, beyond just portfolio planning, is particularly important for pre-retirees who have a number of crucial, irrevocable decisions to make.
Fees, investments, and advice are just some of the factors that investors should weigh when deciding about rolling over a 401(k), says Morningstar's David Blanchett.
We provide our full analysis of the rising cost of retirement and how to meet your retirement goals.
With mortality improvements, investors planning for a long retirement should consider an annuity, delaying Social Security, and being more aggressive with their portfolio.
New Morningstar research shows that, for some, the risk/return trade-off may not be attractive.