If your retirement planning needs a boost, here are three ways you could get one.
It's an increasingly popular and often compelling kind of Medicare coverage -- the Medicare Advantage plan. See whether it might make sense for you.
How can you get the most out of Social Security? By learning the rules and employing smart strategies. These tips can help.
Hint: They're designed to work in your favor.
It's vitally important to understand the basics of this key program.
When it comes to setting yourself up for a comfortable retirement, one of the most important decisions you can make is settling on when you want to start collecting your Social Security benefits. Here are three Fool contributors' answers to the when-should-I-start question.
Research finds that it only makes financial sense under two scenarios to wait until the maximum Social Security age.
In many cases, the answer is yes.
Here's a new reason to get your savings act in gear.
If you haven't reached your normal retirement age yet, the Social Security earnings test could lower your monthly benefit.