Tag: social security
Stacy Johnson on June 1, 2020
Planning to take Social Security early and invest it? Here’s why you should think twice.
Brandon Ballenger on May 14, 2020
Even if your Social Security retirement benefits are taxable, you can avoid owing money at tax time.
Karla Bowsher on May 12, 2020
This is why retirees can buy far less with their Social Security payments today than 20 years ago.
Chris Kissell on May 2, 2020
Your Social Security benefits are not immune to the ravages of the pandemic.
Chris Kissell on March 18, 2020
All local offices across the country are closed, but the Social Security Administration is ready for business.
Miranda Marquit on February 29, 2020
If you fall into one of these groups, don’t assume that you will receive benefits.
Chris Kissell on February 16, 2020
A state representative and his wife lost big money in a growing Social Security scam. Here’s what you should know.
Lucy Lazarony on February 9, 2020
Making even one of these mistakes can easily cost you tens of thousands of dollars.
Chris Kissell on February 2, 2020
Can you answer this fundamental retirement income question?
Donna Freedman on January 20, 2020
The sooner you claim your Social Security retirement benefits, the more you — and perhaps also your spouse — stand to lose. Here are the stakes.
Karla Bowsher on December 31, 2019
These adjustments will impact both workers and retirees in the new year.
Miranda Marquit on December 25, 2019
To get the most out of your Social Security retirement benefits, you have to think ahead.
Karla Bowsher on December 22, 2019
Will the latest annual Social Security increase hurt your fixed retirement income, too?
Chris Kissell on November 18, 2019
A study finds 96% of retirees make this mistake when claiming Social Security benefits.
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