In the ’80s, around 10 percent of folks over 65 were still working into their retirement years. In the 80s that dropped to 10 percent. Nowadays, we're close to the 20 percent mark again.
Saving for your retirement is one sure-fire way to keep your mind at ease when the time comes to pack up at the office and head home from your last day of work.
Knowing what taxes you have to pay affects your financial future. The recently approved Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has some significant reforms and these include changes for retirees
Many people become depressed when they retire completely. Studies show that the likelihood that someone will suffer from clinical depression goes up by about 40 percent after they’ve retire
A lot of retirees have been moving out of state to get the benefit of low or no state taxes, as well as improve their way of life.
54% of women expect their partner will be an important source of retirement income, while 36% rely on their partner as a backup plan in case they can’t work anymore.
66 percent of Americans are fairly certain they will outlive their savings. If that were to happen to you, what would you do?
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
62% of Americans reported money was a significant source of stress in their lives. Money plays a critical role in our lives, and not having enough of it impacts health as well as performance.
Debt can ruin a retirement, especially for women. Here are some debts that need your attention before your retirement day arrives
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