Social Security


What Part Will Social Security Play in Your Retirement?

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Retirees drawing Social Security benefits received a 2.8 percent cost of living adjustment (COLA) in 2019. This is the largest COLA increase since 2011.

11 Things Everyone Should Know About Social Security Benefits

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Social Security benefits are an important part of nearly everyone’s retirement plan. Many people think of Social Security benefits as a supplement to their income when they retire.

How the Death of a Spouse Affects Taxes and Retirement Income

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Many people mistakenly believe their expenses will be half as much as a widow(er) than   

Retroactive Social Security Benefits: Is it right for you?

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If you are over your full retirement age, you have the option to back-date your application up to six months. This is almost never the best strategy.

Means Testing Social Security: What We Know Right Now

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Means testing could take the form of more income taxes, a reduction in benefits, a surtax or some other method.

How are Social Security Benefits Calculated?

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Social Security benefits are calculated in a very specific way, here’s how.

What is The Widow’s Tax and How Will It Affect Me?

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The widow/widower tax affects the income of the surviving spouse once their partner passes away.

How You’re Saving For Retirement Is More Important Than Ever – Here’s Why.

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The IRS Statistics of Income (SOI) program recently released data on taxpayers who hold IRAs   

Retirement Earnings Test Is Not a Roadblock to Working in Retirement

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The Retirement Earnings Test (RET) can affect your cash flow and budget, but benefits are not lost forever.

Differences Between Spousal and Survivor Benefits, Explained

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What you need to know about spousal and survivor benefits.

9 Retirement Decisions You’ll Want To Make With a Specialist

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These decisions need to be coordinated to have the most benefit.

You’ve worked hard to save for retirement. How can you turn your wealth into an income that’s designed to last your lifetime?

Now that retirement is a reality, or will be soon, you probably have questions. Here on our website, you can find generalized advice, but don’t you deserve advice tailored just to you?

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