Living well is the best revenge. Plan to make it happen.
Don’t rely on one or the other. Do both, says one financial researcher.
A new report emphasizes that Social Security is spending more than it is taking in and we need to collect more taxes or spend less on the program.
Fewer people are claiming Social Security at age 62, according to a new analysis.
Don’t be distracted by the bells and whistles. The basics are what counts.
Life spans are increasing, with the average 65-year-old likely to live at least two years longer than 65-year-olds were expected to live 10 years ago.
Retirement actuary Steve Vernon says working less while delaying Social Security is the best way to retire.
The longer your parents lived, the longer you plan to work, a new study found.
How would you like a pension that didn’t kick in until you were 75, but paid generously after that?
Longevity risk is a big concern for my friend, whose mother is approaching her 104th birthday. Here’s what she’s doing to ensure she’ll have enough money.