A new survey of retirement plan participants finds that being overconfident in one’s financial knowledge may be hazardous to retirement planning.
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The file and suspend strategy can boost total family benefits, but can both spouses do it?
Waiting until later to take benefits can be smart, but comparing benefit increases to investment returns can be dangerous.
Social Security gets funded a lot differently from most government programs. Find out why it matters to you.
The "pensionado'' programs in some Central and South American countries offer huge tax breaks to foreigners who choose to retire there.
In most cases, the answer to this is no.
Social Security's disability program is in worse financial shape than the retirement side.
Retirement account ownership grew among affluent investors in 2013, according to a study.