What Is Social Security Increase in 2023?

What Is Social Security Increase in 2023

The government has announced a change that may help ease the pain for those who depend on Social Security, along with two others that will affect those who are still working.

Will Social Security Run Out Soon?

Will Social Security Run Out Soon

The Social Security system of retirement benefits, begun in 1935, are a crucial underpinning of life for American retirees. For most people over 65, it’s undoubtedly hard to imagine life without this retirement benefit.

How Will Social Security Change Next Year?

How Will Social Security Change Next Year

Social Security recipients likely already know that their benefits get a bump almost every year to counteract the effect of inflation. However, that cost-of-living adjustment is just one of several annual tweaks to the Social Security system.

What Happens when You Inherit a Retirement Account?

What Happens when You Inherit a Retirement Account

There’s almost always a reckoning when the government proffers a tax break. So it is with individual retirement accounts (IRA)s, 401(k)s, and similar accounts that investors fund with pre-tax earnings.

What Should I Do with an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis?

What Should I Do with an Alzheimer's Diagnosis

Almost half a million new cases of Alzheimer’s disease will be diagnosed this year in the United States, according to the BrightFocus Foundation. Worldwide, someone develops some form of dementia every three seconds.

How to Maximize Lifetime Social Security Benefits

How to Maximize Lifetime Social Security Benefits

As retirement nears, you may be wondering when to start taking Social Security payments. These benefits are primarily based on your earnings during your working years and your age when you start receiving benefits.

What If Estate Is Beneficiary of an IRA?

What If Estate Is Beneficiary of an IRA

It may sound like it makes sense, and it might be easier than picking a person (or two) to name, however there are some serious downsides to naming your estate as the beneficiary for your IRA.