No decision is more important to your financial well-being in your golden years than your answer to this one question. Don't blow it.
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There seems to be little downside to getting larger Social Security benefits than you're entitled to. However, that money will eventually have to be paid back.
As 2014 approaches its end, it's time to take stock of the primary source of income for millions of Americans in retirement.
Don't get tricked by these common misconceptions about Social Security.
The Department of Health and Human Services said Medicare Part B premiums and deductibles will stay flat for 2015.
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The aging population is going to be a drag on the investment markets for decades. Here’s how to protect your portfolio.
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Your Social Security statement is chock-full of useful information. Here's how to use it.