Will Social Security Run Out Soon?
“The Social Security system of retirement benefits, begun in 1935, are a crucial underpinning of life for American retirees. For most people over 65, it’s undoubtedly hard to imagine life without this retirement benefit.”
Costly Mistakes Women Make with Social Security
“Retirement planning is an important part of long-term financial wellness. For women, the process can be especially fraught.”
Is a Baby Born After Dad’s Death Entitled to Social Security Benefits?
In March 2013, 17 months after her husband died, Kathleen Steele gave birth to a child conceived through in vitro fertilization. She used a sperm sample her husband had provided to a fertility clinic before his death. However, years later, Florida and federal courts are trying to sort out an unusual legal question: Is the child, identified by the initials P.S.S., eligible for Social Security benefits resulting from Phillip Steele’s death?
What are the Biggest Social Security Myths?
“Today’s workers have a vision of Social Security that does not match with the actual experience of retirees.”
What Factors Impact Social Security Check?
“How much money will be in your Social Security retirement check and how much can you keep? For retirees, these are burning questions.”
What If Estate Is Beneficiary of an IRA?
“It may sound like it makes sense, and it might be easier than picking a person (or two) to name, however there are some serious downsides to naming your estate as the beneficiary for your IRA.”
What’s the Limit for Earning with Social Security?
“Knowing when to retire and when to begin claiming benefits comes down to understanding yourself — and your finances.”
Will Moving to a New State Impact My Estate Planning?
“However, if you are retired and no longer generating employment income, you should make sure you weigh the financial implications of any potential move.”
Do I Need More than a Will?
“You should be aware of what a will can’t or shouldn’t do.”
What If Nest Egg Runs Dry in Retirement?
“Americans say this is where they would turn, if they found themselves in a financial crisis during retirement.”