The SECURE Act Can Protect Retirement for More Americans

Roger W. Ferguson Jr. and Jo Ann Jenkins


Lawmakers in the House of Representatives Thursday overwhelmingly approved the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act, which would help to close significant gaps between the resources Americans need for retirement and the resources they have. The Senate is considering similar legislation, the Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act.

Here’s what it takes to become a 401(k) millionaire at any age

Jill Cornfield


Maybe you won’t hit an actual million in retirement savings. But if you change your strategies now, it’s definitely possible to double or triple the size of your retirement account. It all depends on how much you learn and how much you invest.

Why you might want both a traditional 401(k) and a Roth

Anna Bahney

CNN Money

I split my 401(k) contributions 50/50 between a standard and a Roth. The thought process is that it allows me to take money out tax-free during big spending years in retirement and the opposite during normal years. Is this the correct thought process and a good idea?