Cost of living adjustments are implemented in order to counteract the effects of inflation.
The last thing you want to do is slash your Social Security income and struggle in retirement because of it. Take care to avoid these mistakes to ensure that you get as much money from Social Security as you're entitled to.
As a retiree, chances are good that medical care is going to be one of the single biggest expenses you face. Here are three techniques to try to keep those costs down.
Thinking about repaying your personal loan early? Here are five dos and don’ts that you’ll want to consider first.
Here are three critical strategies to adopt as we navigate the tail end of this volatile year.
If you're one of those workers nearing retirement and fearful you won't have what you need for a comfortable future, don't give up hope. Instead, if you take these four steps, you may find you'll be better off financially than you expect.
Statistically speaking, a majority of seniors would be better served by waiting until age 70 to begin taking their Social Security retirement benefit. But this doesn't hold true for everyone.
A new study shows that 21% of Americans have not yet started saving for their senior years. Here's why you stand a better chance of accumulating enough of a balance to avoid financial struggles later in life if you start making modest contributions today.
It pays to file for benefits at 70 for one big reason: It's the easiest guaranteed way to boost your retirement income.
Here are three tricks to help reach. retirement faster and hold on to more cash.
Review the following three questions and make sure you're comfortable with the answers before you apply for Social Security benefits.
Here's my way of doing things with money.