Schwab experts answer real-life retirement questions.
Find out how to estimate your potential retirement health care costs to help you plan properly for your future.
Buying an annuity with part of your retirement money could help boost your retirement income and decrease your risk of running out of money.
Wondering when you should take Social Security? For most people, waiting until age 70 yields a bigger paycheck, but it depends on your personal situation.
Thinking about expenses in retirement is an important step to planning for your retirement.
Wondering how much you can safely withdraw from your 401(k) each year? There’s an easy rule of thumb to help ensure your money lasts throughout retirement.
Read this simple rule of thumb to see if you still have enough to retire.
If you started collecting social security then went back to work, should you consider paying back social security? Consider your options.
You can’t predict your health care costs in retirement, but you can plan for them. Try these tips for covering potential long-term care expenses.
Discover practical ways to help make your retirement savings last. The 4% spending guideline is a starting point.
Read about the issues new retirees often face and learn how to help make your own transition easier.
Collecting social security and going back to work can impact your social security benefits. Learn how social security reductions are calculated.
If your company goes bankrupt, your 401k is protected by federal law with should allow you to roll over your retirement assets to an IRA or subsequent employer plan.
Most 401k plans that allow in-service withdrawals, also allow for continued contributions. Before withdrawing from your 401k consider your options.
Try these five rules of thumb to help protect your retirement savings in a bear market.
If you're in or near retirement, consider our "top seven" list of concrete actions to help protect your retirement savings in rough times.
Not sure what to do with your 401k at retirement? Learn more about your options.
When should you take social security? Learn about the break even point and how life expectancy can impact your decision.
Follow these simple suggestions you help you withdraw from retirement savings and help create a steady steam of retirement income.
Making the decision to collect Social Security before withdrawing from your 401K can depend on many factors. Consider your options before deciding.
Started saving for retirement late? Here are some steps to help you start saving more for your retirement.
Learn the basics and get facts about taking your required minimum distribution (RMD).
Already retired and plan to go back to work? Evaluate if participating in your employer's
401k plan is right for your situation.