If you’re at or near retirement, you’ll almost certainly get the Social Security benefits you’re due under federal law. But what about your grandkids?
Americans aren’t the best savers, and that can have a big impact on those years late in life when sources of steady income are harder to come by.
As I listened to this couple gush about their retirement plans, it occurred to me that they had gamed the system.
Will you be able to retire? If you fear that the answer to that question is “no,” then you’re far from alone. But you still have a chance to change that answer to a firm “yes”…
Long-term-care insurance premiums have skyrocketed in recent years. Fortunately, there are strategies you can adopt to cope with rising insurance costs.
Retirement for many is not a pretty picture, especially if you add in health care. Fortunately, there’s a “hack” you can apply to existing tax regulations that might allow you to escape a poverty-stricken retirement.
Social Security is a train wreck. But even if you have planned well for Social Security’s failure, there’s an investment strategy that will help shore up your retirement funds. And who couldn’t use a few hundred dollars extra a month?
Minimum-wage workers are rallying for a higher wage, which Congress is agreeing to raise. Social Security recipients, however, aren’t so lucky…
It’s crucial to plan for retirement, but the majority of people aren’t saving enough. Learn a strategy that allows you to generate income before, and even during, your retirement years.