Navigating life's financial milestones takes some preparation—knowing what to expect and what to watch out for can go a long way. Take a look at these insights for help making your next decisions.

4 questions to ask about life insurance

Feel confident about protecting your family's financial plan.

6 key Medicare questions

Learn about Medicare eligibility, choices, costs, and when and how to sign up.

What is financial wellness?

Scroll through an animated infographic to learn more.

5 ways to protect yourself from cyber fraud

Follow these tips to help keep your Fidelity workplace savings account safe.

Getting your affairs in order

It may not be a popular topic—but it is important to have a plan in place.

3 big decisions

Get help making Social Security, retirement income, and health care decisions.

A 5-step guide to preparing for tax season

Simplify tax season and potentially enhance your return by following these five steps.

3 healthy habits for health savings accounts

See 3 easy ways to make the most of your HSA—now and into your retirement.

Ready to work after your primary career ends?

For some, your finances may depend on you working after age 65.

Getting affordable flood insurance

This kind of insurance may be a big hurricane season help.

Annual enrollment trip planner: your guide to yearly elections

Which health plan? HSA or FSA? How does this affect retirement savings? Annual enrollment raises lots of questions!

Helping your (older) parents with their finances

Recognize the signs that help is needed and then be ready to step in.

6 key Medicare questions

Learn about Medicare eligibility, choices, costs, and when and how to sign up.

10-second tips: Social Security

Need help figuring out Social Security? You're not alone.

Getting remarried (or married later in life)

Discuss these money matters with your future spouse before the big day.

Tax reform: the biggest changes

New rules could affect income taxes, deductions, college savings, and more.

5 ways to protect what's yours

It's important to keep your key documents and beneficiaries up to date.

How to protect against cybercrime

Think you're not a target? Think again. Take these steps to protect yourself.

How to insure your paycheck

Make the most of disability coverage, an important and often misunderstood insurance.

Dos and don'ts of marital separation

Any separation for more than a few months can put you in a very vulnerable situation financially.

Think ahead: 4 easy ways to simplify financial planning for retirement

Here are some retirement preparation ideas you might not have considered.

5 money mistakes to avoid in your second marriage

Review these "to-dos" before your second "I do."

When and how to claim Social Security

Learn how to make critical Social Security decisions—when to claim, what to expect, and how the process works.

House hunting? Here's how to set your budget

Review five steps that will help you get started.

Having a baby

Get your finances baby-ready with these to do's from money guru Jean Chatzky.

It's time to spring clean your finances!

Money guru Jean Chatzky provides a helpful checklist for refreshing your financial approach.

Bad news—Your retirement's probably not on track

You can fix it, but start soon. Every paycheck you delay is money you're missing out on.

Bridging the gap to Medicare

Retiring early without employer retiree medical coverage? See your options.

How to prepare for 3 personal finance nightmares

Review some steps you can take now to help you sleep easier later.

Top 10 money mistakes new parents make

Don't lose track of your finances while welcoming a new baby into the world.

Real stories: Lessons learned from Susan

Susan shares her lessons learned about saving for the future to help you successfully plan for yours. Hear about the decisions she regrets and the creative way she generates additional money to help make ends meet.

Starting a new job


Making room for retirement


7 tips to help build your savings plan

Get tips to help grow your savings and plan for retirement in your 50s and 60s.