WHERE TO WATCH
Robo Investing: How Millennials are Investing for Retirement
June 22, 2017
Updated 6mo ago
Charles Schwab's Tobin McDaniel discusses robo investing's Millennial and Generation X appeal
Bradley Tusk: Incompetence and Arrogance To Blame For Failed Amazon Deal
Jul 19, 2017
5 Tips for a Dream Retirement
Chris Hogan, best-selling author of "Retire Inspired", explains why, if you really want to enjoy your retirement, you must start saving in your 20s. He also identifies and gives solutions for your biggest retirement obstacles: misunderstanding retirement, depending on social security, acting like a sheep, and not having a plan.
Feb 1, 2019
Seeing $$ Signs? Where to Invest Your Tax Refund
It's the second most wonderful time of the year...tax return season! If you're getting some money back from the IRS, financial advisor Winnie Sun has a few suggestions for where to invest that extra cash.
Nov 6, 2018
The State of Workplace Savings on the 40th Anniversary of the 401(k)
The 401(k) has come a long way since it was created by Congress in 1978. Today, more than 65 million workers are saving $4.4 trillion in the workplace retirement plans. Charlie Nelson, CEO of retirement and employee benefits for Voya Financial, joined Cheddar on the 401(k)'s 40th anniversary to discuss how far workplace savings has come and how far it still has to go. Too many Americans are still "under-covered, under-served and under-saved," he said. That is especially true for small business workers. Roughly 27 percent of small employers don't have a workplace retirement plan for employees, he said. Nelson said the federal government may need to step in to mandate greater coverage.