High unemployment is depriving Social Security of critical revenue, but there may be a way to compensate.
Take a close look at when the Senate is set to convene, and it could reveal the timeline for a follow-up round of stimulus money.
That's bad news at a time when the economy is nowhere close to recovering.
At a time like this, extra money could be a lifeline.
You may be owed money from the IRS that could really come in handy right about now.
The jobless rate was lower in June than it was in both April and May, but it's still too high for comfort.
Though the public is desperate for relief, here's why it may not happen.
Forced retirement can have serious consequences, and right now, it's a lot of seniors' reality.
Lawmakers are desperate to save Social Security from insolvency, and this idea could be the ticket, despite its drawbacks.
Social Security News: Will Recipients See More Or Less Money In Their Benefits In 2021 Due To Coronavirus?
Seniors who rely on Social Security for the bulk of their retirement income put themselves at a serious advantage: losing buying power to inflation.
The pandemic could wind up hurting seniors for years to come.
There's a good chance Social Security benefits will be reduced in the future. Certain steps can protect financial interests.
More than half of Americans today think Social Security will eventually dry up. But are they spot on, or overly pessimistic?
The pandemic has made an already precarious financial outlook even worse.
Millions of Americans are desperate for financial relief right now. Could claiming Social Security well ahead of retirement age be the solution?
It's not just adults who have their concerns during the ongoing crisis.
The ongoing crisis may be changing the way we do our jobs, and not for the better.
According to the most recent Trustees Report, seniors on Social Security could see a 20% reduction in scheduled benefits come 2035.
While salaried employees are by no means immune to this trend, hourly workers are being hit even harder, according to a new survey by Branch.
Countless seniors are making a very big mistake when claiming benefits.