Elizabeth Warren Proposes Major Expansion Of Social SecurityShe would pay for it with a hike in payroll and investment incomes taxes on some of the country's wealthiest households.
Retirement Myth #3: Social Security Will Be EnoughThe reality is Social Security was designed to replace only about 40% of your current paycheck and less if you are a high wage earner.
Preparing For Retirement: Social Security BenefitsSocial Security is a key part of retirement income for most Americans.
Important Ages For Retirement Planning: Age 65: Social Security MentalityCurrent thinking has 65 as the normal retirement age and that’s because at one time a worker could collect full Social Security benefits at age 65. No more.
The Mary Poppins TaxWhen you employ someone to work in your home such as a nanny or a housekeeper, you are required to pay Social Security and Medicare taxes on their wages.
Your Social Security BenefitsThe Social Security Administration (SSA) has begun to mail out benefit statements at five year intervals to workers who have not signed up to view their statements online.
Is Social Security Doomed?Social Security will be there in the future, and it will be there for you today if you need it.
Social Security NumbersAccording to the latest data I found almost 60 million Americans are receiving Social Security benefits totaling $870 billion.
The History Of Social SecuritySocial Security benefits are not just for folks with an AARP membership card.
So What’s In Your Wallet?You need to protect what’s in your wallet. You need to protect your numbers.
The Basics Of Saving MoreAs a society we need to save more. Our government can print up money but you and I cannot!
No Social Security Increase Next Year; Low Gas Prices BlamedThe cost-of-living adjustment is being dragged down by lower prices at the pump.
A Comfortable RetirementRetirement planning should start with your first job, but that almost never happens.
Social Security And WomenSocial Security is synonymous with retirement income but it is much more.
Bag Lady SyndromeFor many women their biggest fear is that they will be penniless and homeless in old age and not be able to afford food, shelter and medical care.