Waiting until at least full retirement age gives you a full benefit and some options you don’t have by filing early.
The overall costs for new long-term care insurance coverage increased 8.6 percent compared to last year’s survey.
The decision about where to retire can come up more than once. There’s even a term for it. It’s called the two-step retirement.
Snowbirds who migrate to southern states should check with that state’s DMV to see what’s required in the way of registration and insurance on their vehicle.
There are times when car leasing makes sense, and a low mileage lease in retirement may be one of those times.
Renting versus buying is another decision. What’s available and affordable in the area where you decide to live is a consideration.
If your children moved away from where they were raised, you may want to consider following them in retirement.
A $1 donation to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides up to $60 in benefits to seniors.
You’ll need a retirement plan that’s flexible as you age. A financial adviser can help.
Making some changes in how and where you live in retirement will influence how long your money will last.