Tag: social security
Chris Kissell on October 20, 2019
Recipients face a scanty cost-of-living increase next year.
Russell Settle on October 17, 2019
Social Security rules can be confusing. A little inexpensive help can straighten things out.
Chris Kissell on October 15, 2019
Can you answer this fundamental retirement question?
Jeff Miller on October 10, 2019
Making the wrong choice could reduce your benefit forever.
Russell Settle on October 3, 2019
Making decisions about Social Security often becomes a two-person affair.
Jeff Miller on September 19, 2019
The government’s poor choice of words can cost you a lot of money. Here’s a suggestion for fixing that.
Karla Bowsher on September 18, 2019
You don’t have to be of Social Security age to take this preventive measure, either.
Stacy Johnson on September 16, 2019
Some experts say take Social Security at 62. Some insist you wait until 70. The right answer for you is probably somewhere in between.
Russell Settle on September 12, 2019
Even experts can make mistakes when mapping Social Security options.
Russell Settle on September 5, 2019
A couple were unaware of their right to a bigger benefit. Can they ask for a do-over?
Chris Kissell on September 4, 2019
A study finds 96% of retirees make this mistake when claiming Social Security benefits.
Jeff Miller on August 29, 2019
If you go back to work after collecting benefits, can you avoid paying additional Social Security taxes?
Stacy Johnson on August 26, 2019
Stories about the demise of Social Security have been around for decades. Don’t believe them.
Karla Bowsher on August 25, 2019
Your Social Security claiming age can impact more than just your own benefit.
Russell Settle on August 15, 2019
This week’s question underscores how asking for a little help can put more money in your pocket.
Jeff Miller on August 8, 2019
Do you have to wait till your ex reaches full retirement age to get full spousal benefits?
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