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The term ’3-legged stool’ has been used to describe the 3 necessary ingredients of stable retirement income. But for many, 1 of those legs will be missing. Here’s a simple explanation of the problem, along with some potential solutions.
Several little-known Social Security rules enable couples to maximize benefits in ways that single people can’t.
A reader is worried that her husband’s Social Security will get clipped if he takes a low-paying job prior to retiring. In fact, that job could mean higher Social Security payments later on.
Want the best possible credit card for your retirement years? Pick one that actually makes or saves you money.
If you’re turning 50 this year, you qualify for an AARP membership, but is it worth it? Can you get senior discounts without membership?
Junior has moved back in after college and he’s not planning on going anywhere soon. Why aren’t adult kids starting their own lives outside the nest?