Social Security should provide a large amount of your retirement income. Learn more about why claiming benefits at age 62 might leave money on the table.
Federal employees enjoy medical coverage as part of their retirement benefits, but there are some things you’ll need to do to make sure you keep your benefits.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) can be attractive savings vehicles for your retirement plan, but you can find good alternatives if you don’t have access to one.
Medicare can pay for many of your healthcare expenses after retirement, but you’ll need to enroll within seven months of reaching age 65 to avoid penalties.
Since we don't charge based on the size of your assets, we can help everyone plan on a better, happier and less-stressful retirement.
It’s an unfortunate truth that even in a time of crisis, there will be someone out there trying to make a buck by tricking and exploiting people.
There’s a good chance you’ll benefit directly or indirectly from one or more of the 2020 incentives and bailouts provided by the U.S. government as a response to COVID-19.
Healthcare costs related to coronavirus/COVID-19 are not always covered by your insurance.
Here’s everything you need to know when choosing the best place to live in retirement.
A continuing care retirement community lets older adults live independently with the assurance that if your needs escalate, you’ll get quality healthcare without moving.
Housing is one of the biggest fixed expenses in retirement, and should be a focus of your retirement plan.
You can contribute up to a certain amount each year to retirement savings, but if you’re 50 or older, you may qualify for extra catch-up contributions.
Teachers often have access to retirement strategies not available to others. Since these can differ by state, we’ve outlined what you should take into account.
A nonqualified deferred compensation plan is a great alternative for high earners.
Here are some of the reasons the Social Security Administration may have reduced your Social Security check this month.
The Social Security benefits increase for 2020 will be largest in these 10 states. Is your state one of them?
It’s estimated that the Social Security reserve fund will run out by 2035. However, this doesn’t mean you should elect to take your benefits early.