Recent changes to Social Security eliminated two popular filing strategies, but all is not lost.
You'll need to earn 40 Social Security credits to be eligible for benefits, and here's how to determine if you've done that.
Forget what the retirement of baby boomers may do to Social Security -- this appears to be a far bigger worry for retirees.
A reverse mortgage can provide you with much-needed retirement income, but it's not the right move for everyone.
Should you get a Medicare Advantage plan? You may well want to. Lots of people have done so, and they can be compelling, featuring out-of-pocket spending caps and sometimes offering $0 premiums.
Retirement can be a long and wonderful phase of life, and you can make the most of it by being prepared and making some smart decisions. Here are 11 facts about retirement every retiree should know.
In many cases, the answer is yes. Find out what you need to know.
REITs like these two can give you the income you need in retirement, while still allowing your portfolio to grow.
The maximum amount of Social Security taxable wages changes each year, and it could affect your retirement benefits.
Is it smart to start receiving Social Security benefits at 67? Well, perhaps not. Here are three reasons why you might not want to.