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The retirement plan for government workers is solid and cheap, but not without idiosyncrasy.
Using index funds and ETFs, nongovernment employees can replicate most--but not all--of the TSP's spartan lineup.
Personal licensing, access to the federal savings plan, and a stronger SEC.
A higher-yielding, guaranteed investment seems appealing, but myRA won't make sense for most high-income savers.
Putting Humpty Dumpty back together will involve taking cues from the old defined-benefit system, says author Bill Bernstein.
Higher 401(k) contribution limits, myRA introduction are among bigger tax changes for new year.
Retirement beckons, and this couple has some decisions to make.
Roundtable Report: Christine Benz, John Rekenthaler, and David Blanchett weigh in on how this savings vehicle can be made better and used better by the increasing number of Americans who will depend on it.
Find out how these investors weighed the pros and cons of rolling money into an IRA versus staying put.
On Friday, the Portuguese government certified Sonaecom's 9.50-euro ($12.29) per share bid for Portugal Telecom PT, allowing PT shareholders to tender their shares through March 9. Now, Sonaecom needs to call a shareholders' meeting and receive approval to own more than 10% of PT's shares. We think ...