Today’s retirees are living it up. Their secret? They started retirement planning early on.
Once again, a progressive judge has taken it upon himself to legislate from the bench and stop efforts to expand the power of work to millions of Americans.
Empowering new parents by giving them the financial security and flexibility they need to start a family will ensure a better future for generations to come.
Social Security has to be reformed if the program is to remain viable, but the House Dems’ latest so-called ‘solution’ is more of the same from the far-left: tax increases.
Only two of the 10 most economical states are west of the Mississippi River.
A soft default is the least bad option. And we ought to bite the bullet now before we rack up even more debt.
Sanders and the other socialist sympathizers running for president must be clear-eyed about the limits of the federal bureaucracy that they are all too eager to put in charge of virtually every aspect of American life.
Greenspan said failure to properly fund Social Security could mean that "the end of the road is very serious trouble."
Research shows that work requirements for welfare recipients who are able to work have powerful impacts on those receiving benefits, taxpayers and the economy.
The proposal appears to be part of a larger White House led effort to cut down on wasteful spending.
The promise of completely ‘free’ medical care of every sort imaginable should sound too good to be true. (Because it is.)
If you think health care is expensive now, wait until it’s free.
Newly-emboldened Congressional Democrats don’t merely want to fill the Social Security funding gap with new taxes. They want to raise taxes enough to expand the program’s benefits, for rich and poor alike.
The best time to set the stage for a balanced budget is during a roaring economy.
Which tax filing plan is best for you?
Social Security's most robust raise in seven years may be followed by a goose egg.
Let’s be clear – 'free' is not free to our country.
California Congressman John Garamendi (D) on the Democratic agenda of expanding social security benefits.
A bill to expand benefits has prospects to pass in the House. The Senate, not so much.
There are cases where claiming Social Security when you are 62 is the best path.