Retirees are struggling just to make ends meet, and the situation could get even bleaker.
It's probably a larger percentage than you'd expect.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans have fallen victim to this scam, and it can be costly.
It happens more often than you'd think -- and it can be an utter nightmare.
It's a blunder that is often difficult to spot, but it can cost you big time.
These tips will help you make sure this doesn't happen to you -- or help you figure out what to do if you're already a struggling senior.
Are you making the same mistake so many families have fallen victim to?
The idea of a downturn may seem frightening, but you can gear up for one.
The average retired worker should bring home about $284 extra for the full year in 2020.
When is it safe to retire early and when is it a bad idea? Let's take a closer look.
You'll need to avoid them if you want the most money from Social Security.
The majority of retirees experience regrets. But with a little planning, you can enjoy a regret-free retirement.
While you'd normally have to wait a full year to change your coverage, this year, you might qualify for an exception.
If you're self-employed, you can save a lot for retirement with these accounts.
Hint: It's something a large number of former students are sure to celebrate.
It's simpler than you may think.
There's one circumstance under which funding your nest egg doesn't make sense.
These criminals have added fake emailed documents to their repertoires -- often using the official SSA letterhead.
Here's how you can do it, too.
Though the president has mostly focused his efforts on improving the U.S. economy, the door for Social Security cuts has been left open.