pensions and retirement plans

You Might Be Giving Gun Companies Money, Even if You Don’t Own a Gun

You Might Be Giving Gun Companies Money, Even if You Don’t Own a Gun

People who do not own a firearm or attend gun shows may still be financially connected to the gun industry through their investments.
You Might Be Giving Gun Companies Money, Even if You Don’t Own a Gun

You Might Be Giving Gun Companies Money, Even if You Don’t Own a Gun

People who do not own a firearm or attend gun shows may still be financially connected to the gun industry through their investments.
You Might Be Giving Gun Companies Money, Even if You Don’t Own a Gun

You Might Be Giving Gun Companies Money, Even if You Don’t Own a Gun

People who do not own a firearm or attend gun shows may still be financially connected to the gun industry through their investments.
Retire at 55? In Brazil, It’s the Norm. But Can the Good Times Last?

Retire at 55? In Brazil, It’s the Norm. But Can the Good Times Last?

Exercising in Rio de Janeiro. Brazil has one of the world’s most generous pension systems.
DealBook Briefing: Dropbox Files to Go Public

DealBook Briefing: Dropbox Files to Go Public

Drew Houston, the co-founder and C.E.O. of Dropbox
1.5 Million Retirees Await Congressional Fix for a Pension Time Bomb

1.5 Million Retirees Await Congressional Fix for a Pension Time Bomb

Senator Sherrod Brown, Democrat of Ohio, represents many retirees covered by multiemployer pension plans and fought for the creation of a select congressional committee to craft what could effectively
1.5 Million Retirees Await Congressional Fix for a Pension Time Bomb

1.5 Million Retirees Await Congressional Fix for a Pension Time Bomb

Senator Sherrod Brown, Democrat of Ohio, represents many retirees covered by multiemployer pension plans and fought for the creation of a select congressional committee to craft what could effectively
Gun Makers Are Reeling Even as Threat of Regulation Recedes

Gun Makers Are Reeling Even as Threat of Regulation Recedes

A customer holding an AR-15-style semiautomatic rifle at an Orem, Utah, gun store. F.B.I. background checks for gun purchases fell 8 percent last year.
The Times Answers Your Questions About the Market Turmoil

The Times Answers Your Questions About the Market Turmoil

The jitters on Wall Street over the past week have spread around the world.
To Fight Climate Change, New York City Takes On Oil Companies

To Fight Climate Change, New York City Takes On Oil Companies

Mayor Bill de Blasio, left, vowed on Wednesday that city pension funds would divest about $5 billion from companies involved in the fossil fuel business.
After Street Clashes, Argentina’s Congress Passes Pension Overhaul

After Street Clashes, Argentina’s Congress Passes Pension Overhaul

Protesters on Tuesday outside Congress in Buenos Aires. Scores have been arrested or injured during demonstrations.
Your Money Adviser: If You’re 70½, It’s Time to Take Money From Your Retirement Account

Your Money Adviser: If You’re 70½, It’s Time to Take Money From Your Retirement Account

The Internal Revenue Service requires taking minimum distributions from retirement accounts because most accounts enable people to postpone paying taxes on the money, to encourage saving.