You can increase your monthly Social Security check by up to 75% by delaying your benefits.
In some cases, getting married can give your benefits a big boost.
Retirees always want to see their monthly checks go up, but some are seeing them dry up instead. Find out why.
Lists of places to retire almost always put Southern locations near the top of the list, but that doesn't mean you have to give up what you want.
We hear all kinds of advice on how to save and invest for retirement. But what should you do afterwards?
Simple math dictates that changes are coming to the Social Security system. Here are three possibilities.
If you want to enjoy a comfortable retirement, you need to look out for No. 1 now.
Signs are pointing to another meager year for Social Security cost-of-living increases. Find out why.
There is one thing you need to consider in your retirement planning that can have a big impact on your finances down the road.
There were nearly 11 million people receiving Social Security disability payments as of December 2013. Here are the simplified answers as to whether or not you and your family members would qualify for Social Security disability benefits if you had to file a claim.