Have you opened up an IRA? If not, here are three reasons you should do so today.
Today's seniors are still fairly reliant on Social Security income, which makes this decision all the more mind-boggling.
Not surprisingly, Florida is #1. Can you guess the other two?
Do you realize how big Medicare is? Or where it could be heading in the future?
You might have to pay taxes on some of your Social Security benefits. Here's how to know for sure.
Two Social Security "loopholes" for couples are about to close, so what strategies are left?
You can receive other income and still qualify for SSI, but your benefits may be reduced or even eliminated, depending on how much you make.
There is no set retirement age, but there are some important milestones you should know.
Spousal benefits could mean more money for retirement, but here are three facts that aren't well-understood.
To plan for retirement in your 60s, take advantage of the flexibility offered to you in this transition decade.