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Social Security isn't the easiest program to understand -- but we're going to change that today by simplifying the retired worker benefit for everyone.
Many employers have offered early retirement packages to entice older employees to quit, but don't be too hasty to take the money and run.
Even the Social Security Administration admits the program won't be enough to cover a comfortable retirement.
From goal-setting to information sharing, these five retirement quotes can put you on the path to success in your golden years.
A realistic picture of what a "happy" retirement is might surprise you.
Clearing up these three misconceptions could help you maximize your retirement benefits.
An alarming number of retirees don't know how much they need. Here's how to fix that.
Find out who gets the biggest bang for their buck from Social Security.
If you're hoping Social Security will take care of you in your retirement, you should know how much your benefit will be. The average is less than $1,300 per month.