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.
Scam calls often come in robocall format, where a computerized dialer is used to deliver a pre-recorded message.
Early retirement has its challenges.
Want more money back from the IRS? Here's how to get it.
Filing tax returns early means that money could arrive sooner than expected.
The quick answer: It's hard to say. And that's why you should take steps to ensure that you don't really have to worry about it.
Before you rush to file for benefits, consider the many advantages of waiting.
Seniors will only be getting a 1.6% boost in their benefits, which pales in comparison to the 2.8% COLA they received going into 2019.
Your benefits are generally tied to your work history. But in some cases, you can collect benefits even if you don't have one.
It's time for a much-needed reality check.
Before you rush to claim benefits ahead of schedule, understand what that might actually mean for your retirement.
Here's what to do if you're one of them.
Benefits aren't disappearing, but they may be in trouble.