Gray Divorce and Your Retirement Plans  — CNBC

According to data from the National Center for Health Statistics and the U.S. Census Bureau, adults ages 50 and up, the divorce rate has roughly doubled since the 1990’s.  And for those ages 65 and older, the divorce rate has…

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Are you prepared for the non-financial aspects of retirement?  — Forbes

Retirement today is more about you than your money.  True, you need a good financial plan to get there and be comfortable, but it’s equally important to look inside yourself and understand what makes you emotionally happy, beyond having enough…

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A list of ideas to fix Social Security: The good, the bad, and the ugly  — Motley Fool

It’s pretty well known by now that, in just a few years, Social Security will start depleting its trust fund to pay benefits.  And although numerous ideas and Congressional proposals have been offered, they range from the good, to the…

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The “myths” of Medicare, versus the reality  — Motley Fool

Including myths such as “Medicare is broke” to “Medicare covers all healthcare costs”, there are a lot of misconceptions about America’s largest healthcare program.  Want to know the truth about what Medicare covers, what it costs, and Medicare’s funding problem?…

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Men’s Health and Social Security

(Source: Social Security Administration) Father’s Day is a perfect time for focusing on health education and awareness, disease prevention, and family. Social Security encourages you to support fathers and friends everywhere in their efforts to stay healthy. The right balance…

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“Ask Rusty: Will my benefit amount ever increase?”

Ask Rusty – Will my benefit amount ever increase? Dear Rusty:  I’m still working right now, but everyone I talk to about Social Security seems to say that I should wait to take my benefits because once I start the…

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