Your Social Security benefit will be over 75% larger if you wait until you're 70 -- so why don't many people wait that long?
Low volatility, superior dividend yields, and steady long-term growth prospects are what these three retiree-focused stocks offer.
Many people don't realize the value of supplemental coverage on top of Medicare.
How much of your nest egg can you withdraw each year in order to make your money last for the rest of your life? One of the most common answers to that question is 4%. It might be best to forget the 4% retirement rule, though, since there are better ways to approach your savings.
Building up a large enough nest egg to allow you to retire comfortably usually takes decades, but mapping out your plan to get there doesn't have to be complicated.
Two big spousal benefits strategies disappeared recently. What do the changes mean for you?
Here are three pieces of information that can help you put your retirement planning in high gear.
When it comes to Social Security, the more you learn, the more money you might collect. See how many of these ways to get more benefits could be of use to you.
There is an age at which most Americans claim Social Security, but don't read too much into it. Make your decision based on your own particulars, such as your financial situation and your expected life span.
Understanding how cost-of-living adjustments get made is important to anticipate changes to your monthly check.