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A Social Security ‘spring cleaning’ for retirement

May 22nd, 2019 | By

Now that tax season is over, it’s probably a good time to evaluate some financial “best practices” for the rest of the year. A good spring-cleaning can clear out the clutter to let you see a clear path for your future. Social Security is always here to help. Even if you just started working, now
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Plans and goals can ease financial worries

May 10th, 2019 | By
Plans and goals can ease financial worries

Many Americans started 2019 with specific goals or resolutions in mind. While resolutions are often broken where your finances are concerned, they don’t have to be. Use these tips to tackle 2019 with greater financial confidence: • Setting goals for the year may actually boost your confidence about achieving them. In fact, those who set
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How the work rules work for Social Security recipients

Apr 23rd, 2019 | By

Retirement doesn’t have the same meaning for everyone. Some people plan to retire and never work again. Some plan for second careers in occupations that wouldn’t have adequately supported their families, but they do the work for pure enjoyment. Some people, whether by design or desire, choose to work part-time or seasonally to supplement their
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Aging in the workplace: How to hang in there

Apr 8th, 2019 | By
Aging in the workplace: How to hang in there

In an interview with associate editor Mary Kane for Kiplinger’s Retirement Report, Teresa Ghilarducci, an economics professor at the New School for Social Research in New York and the director of its Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis, discussed issues that people face staying on the job as they age and also face uncertainty in
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