Are you worried that the coronavirus pandemic has upended your retirement portfolio and hurt your chances of postponing retirement? There is one way you can start your benefits now, claim your checks and grow them too.
Do you really need to go to the extreme of delaying retirement? Or is there a way to salvage your original plans?
Americans spent more on essential goods and home entertainment and spent less on travel and eating out, according to a new survey.
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40 percent of retirees said they’re spending more on health and dental care than they thought would.
More than 60 percent of Americans say the coronavirus pandemic has negatively affected their ability to save for the future.
Every year brings some changes to the tax code, but 2020 has brought more than most as the COVID-19 pandemic upended life in ways we could never have anticipated.
Working Americans have plans to hold down a job during their retirement.
Reach these four milestones, and you'll know you have the right skills and mindset to live on a fixed income.
Here's a look at why you might want to start collecting Social Security benefits early.
Here's why workers might be too optimistic about the future of Social Security.
Here are five things you can do to help ensure you have the income you need throughout your later years if you need to rely solely on Social Security benefits.
You may actually have a number of surprising income sources at your disposal during retirement. Here are a few that could make your senior years more comfortable.
In spite of the economic devastation due to the coronavirus, today's workers are still reasonably confident about their retirement prospects, reports the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
Whether you're looking forward to retirement or COVID-19 has you a little rattled about your senior years, there are a few rules you should be keeping in mind to ensure you're as prepared as possible.
Here are 5 retirement lessons we can learn from living through a crisis
Here’s a look at the five most expensive retirement communities in the U.S.
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Three followers of the F.I.R.E. Movement weigh in on the movement during the coronavirus-led economic downturn.
A recent federal relief package makes it easier for people financially harmed by the coronavirus outbreak to tap into their retirement savings for cash by loosening rules for withdrawals and loans.