The Social Security Administration recently announced that it raised the maximum taxable wage base in 2015 to $118,500.
Annuities can provide a steady stream of income for life but are not right for everybody. Here are a few situations where they may be a good choice for you.
This chart shows why you shouldn't rely exclusively on Social Security for income in retirement.
Many retirees struggle to make ends meet, but you don't have to be one of them. Here's how.
A recent report from the Social Security Administration's Office of the Inspector General found that tens of thousands of spousal beneficiaries may be owed millions of dollars.
This latest retirement survey demonstrates that while some aspects of retirement preparedness are improving, the vast majority of the country is still in trouble.
Three factors matter most: how much you earn, how long you work, and how old you are when you start to collect.
We put the conventional wisdom to the test.
Sometimes, retirement isn't the answer.
Do you want to retire early? Here are three things you need to take into consideration.