The more you know about how your 401(k) works, the better it will serve you.
Getting the most from Social Security usually means delaying benefits, but not if any of these scenarios apply to you.
Don't fall victim to these, or you'll risk wrecking your retirement.
These critical points could come in very handy in the course of your retirement planning.
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These could cost you tens of thousands of dollars in benefits, and almost everyone is making at least one.
If you're thinking of making it, too, let this serve as a warning to reconsider.
Find out whether you're in danger of losing some of your monthly Social Security checks.
Most people are guilty of believing at least one of these things.
Your benefits are generally tied to your work history. But in some cases, you can collect benefits even if you don't have one.
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The differences are subtle, but they can have a big impact on your ability to save for retirement.
This should help to relieve a lot of worries about America's most successful social program.
If you're off track by this age, you could be putting your finances at risk.
Don't jeopardize your retirement by relying too much on your benefits.
Are you jeopardizing your retirement security?
Neglecting this crucial detail could cost you a fortune.
Find out what's changing in how you earn eligibility for Social Security payments.