One student claims a school rule that requires students to prove they can cover living costs discriminates and is taking the college to court.
If you’re a baby boomer like me, you’re worrying a bit more every day about when — or whether — you’ll be able to retire.
New York City can’t hold a candle to the high costs of living in these cities.
Social Security cost of living adjustments, or COLAs, are shaping up to be a major retirement planning issue in 2011. Here are the two factors that retirees or people thinking about retirement ought to consider. One is the overly generous COLA that Social Security recipients got in 2009, resulting inadvertently in no COLA in either
The government announced last week that Social Security recipients won’t get a cost of living allowance, or COLA, increase this year. This is the second year in a row that they haven’t gotten a bump. If you are nearing retirement, this is worthy of concern. Social Security COLAs are calculated every October by comparing the