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Retirement is looking a little more glamorous these days.

Rich retirees are paying over $1 million to move into luxury communities that operate like ‘five-star resorts’ with award-winning chefs, w...

These aren't retirement communities for the average American. Entrance fees can range from $100,000 to $1 million, plus monthly fees in the thousands.

The reason why Singaporeans aren’t saving for retirement might be because they don’t feel old, HSBC says

Researchers found that about 60 per cent of people in Singapore did not see themselves as old.
About 7.5 million Californians don't have access to employer-sponsored retirement plans right now.

It’s about to get easier for millions of California workers to save for retirement

CalSavers requires employers in California without a company-sponsored retirement plan to offer employees an individual retirement account, or IRA.

Millennials are relating so hard to NTUC Income’s viral wedding ad – but it’s not because of the groom’s speech

People related not to the groom’s experience, but being in the opposite situation.
How much money you need to save for a Florida retirement depends on what city you settle in.

Florida is one of the best places to retire in America — here’s exactly how much it costs for a dream retirement in the Sunshine State

Dreaming of a Florida retirement? We talked to a certified financial planner based in Florida to find out just how much money you need have saved in your portfolio and bring home from Social Security to make your retirement dreams come true.

An Obama-era rule that could reshape the massive retirement savings industry may be heading to the Supreme Court

The fiduciary rule, which requires investment advisers to give clients the best advice for retirement, could go in front of the Supreme Court.
Women become millionaires at a younger age than men do.

This is the age when most people become millionaires

It's easier to reach millionaire status if you have a high-paying job, but that's not the only way.
Millennials are cutting back on dining out and vacations.

Millennials are saving twice as much as baby boomers — and they could be on track to retire richer than their parents

Millennial with kids are saving 10% of their income, while baby boomers are saving only 5%.