Your 50s are a time of transition. Many workers reach their peak earning years in their 50s, having found their ideal career niche
To help plan for retirement, it helps to move from asking global questions, like “Can I afford to retire?” to more specific questions, like “What’s my monthly cost of living right now?”
If it seems like every time you start to understand Social Security, there’s something else to learn, you’re right. However, this is an important part of your retirement income, so it’s important to understand.
Most people who work for a living dream of retirement. However, for many workers, the idea of retirement comes with its own worries. Will there be enough money? Will I be healthy enough to enjoy it?
If you’re living on your retirement savings, while waiting to start taking Social Security benefits to full retirement age or even age 70, you might be costing yourself thousands in taxes.
In addition to naming a guardian in a will, there are five other critical financial moves.
How much of your Social Security benefits are taxable depends on several factors.
Consider these twin concepts—opportunity cost and delayed retirement credits—before you decide
Yes, you can work while collecting Social Security, but you have to be very careful.
You may need a guide—but how do you know who to choose?