Dallas natives Jim and Jiab Wasserman retired in their 50s to Granada, Spain. They tell MarketWatch how they did it, what they now spend each month, and what it’s really like to retire abroad. See full story.
Baby boomers commit the ‘7 deadly sins’ of retirement planning
New survey shows why millions are unprepared. See full story.
The new math of saving for retirement may boil down to this one, absurdly simple rule
Why you should be saving at least 10% of your salary. See full story.
An economy gone ‘mad?’ The Fed is going to cut interest rates despite record stock prices, low unemployment
It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world — or so one might believe looking at the U.S. economic picture. Stocks are hitting record highs and layoffs and unemployment are at 50-year lows, but the Federal Reserve is prepared to cut interest rates soon because it’s worried about the economy. See full story.
This stock-market canary has keeled over
A stock-market index of small caps is at its weakest versus the S&P 500 since the financial crisis, suggesting a liquidity problem is brewing. See full story.
Maybe #vanlife isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, one woman found See full story.