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.
Partners HealthCare Notifies 3,300 Patients Of Email BreachBoston-based Partners HealthCare is notifying about 3,300 patients about a security breach.
Gov. Chris Christie Talks Possible Presidential Run In New HampshireChristie proposed an income cap on Social Security.
Financial Planning By The Decades: When You Are 60Traditionally, our sixtieth decade has been seen as the decade of retirement. But whether you retire in your sixties or not, these years are filled with important financial decisions.
The Boomers Retirement IncomeAccording to a report by Bankrate.com, Boomers are retiring at the worst time in a generation.
Happy Birthday Boomers!Today 10,000 Boomers celebrate their 65th birthday and another 10,000 will celebrate tomorrow.
What Papers Can We Toss Out?Many of us have the mindset that we need to save everything just in case we might need it someday.
How To Max Out Your Social SecurityHow does getting more money sound? Laurence Kotlikoff, Philip Moeller and Paul Solomon have three tips for getting the most out of your social security.
What Women Need To Know About Social SecurityWith longer life expectancies than men, women will live more years in retirement and have a greater chance of exhausting other sources of income.
Your Social Security BenefitsThe Social Security Administration 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?I don't think so, but we do need to fix the problem! And soon!
Social Security FactsAccording to the latest data I found, 59 million Americans are receiving Social Security benefits totaling $863 billion.
The History Of Social SecuritySocial Security benefits are not just for folks with an AARP membership card.
Key Retirement Birthdays: Age 65, Social Security MentalityCurrent thinking has 65 as the normal retirement age because at one time a worker could collect full Social Security benefits at age 65. No more.
Social Security Keystroke Mistake Declares Thousands Dead Each YearIt’s estimated the Social Security Administration mistakenly declares about 14,000 people dead each year.