Once you reach your 60s most people start to slow down. Retirement is almost upon you and it is time to enjoy the years you have left.
2022 has been a tough year. The cost of living increased and inflation hit all-time highs and money is the top source of anxiety for folks in the United States.
Retiring is a big step and it takes a lot of hard work to be able to retire completely
Retiring and relaxing is not something you can do if you don’t have money.
There have been some positive outcomes from the pandemic - one of them is the change to doing business online instead of in-person
One important factor in retirement planning is knowing how much your Social Security check is likely to be.
For many years retirees have been advised to take a four percent withdrawal from their retirement savings.
Most Americans look forward to their retirement, but two recent studies warn that the middle-class vision of a comfortable retirement is under threat
Boomers and those who receive Social Security could be concerned about receiving their monthly checks given the economic downturn due to the coronavirus.
Research from leading economists in the United States suggests we could be headed for another recession in the near future.
There have been some changes to Social Security, and there will be more over the next few years. People saw a rise in the amount they receive each month
The 2019 Social Security COLA increase is the largest the country has seen in seven years. It sees a windfall of about $468 a year for a fifth of Americans
The Social Security increase amounts to 2.8 percent, a $40-per-month increase on average, and will be the biggest adjustment to Social Security payments in the past seven years
Retirees and future retirees depend on income from Social Security to help provide a financially comfortable lifestyle. when you decide to take it makes all the difference
Your Social Security benefit at full retirement age is based on your highest 35 years of earnings