retirement age

More Discussion on Social Security Reform

Former presidential appointee and current senior policy fellow at the Bloustein School of Planning and Policy, Rutgers University Richard Keevey shares some thoughts on approaches to reforming Social Security in the face of its looming insolvency problem. After discussing the Congressional Budget…

Four Key Social Security Facts for 2019

The Motley Fool’s Dan Caplinger, in a post on their website, discusses four significant facts for Social Security recipients in 2019. They include the 2.8% COLA, the change in retirement age affecting some, the new taxation limits for high wage earners,…

Your Full Retirement Age…Let’s Be Clear

As explained by The Motley Fool’s  Matthew Frankel, many folks still believe that 65 is still the magic age for obtaining full Social Security benefits. Frankel explains the present definition of “full retirement age” and what it means to benefit payments,…

When to Collect Benefits?–Not A Simple Question

Juts like the calendar, the Baby Boom Generation continues to march relentlessly forward in time, with a large portion of this population group now finding themselves in their mid-50s and starting to think about Social Security. While it’s still a few…

Understanding Your “Full Retirement Age”

Hopefully, this is old news to anyone thinking about their future on Social Security, but it’s always a good idea to be tuned in the the precise numbers. In a post today on www.fool.com, The Motley Fool’s Christy Bieber provides a refresher…

Student Loans and Social Security: New Legislation Introduced

Www.plansponsor.com’s Rebecca Moore takes a look at H.R. 1937: Student Security Act of 2017, introduced last year with an objective of providing “loan forgiveness to borrowers of Federal student loans who agree to delay eligibility to collect Social Security benefits, and…

Some Quick Pointers on Social Security

The CheatSheet’s Karen Bennett, posting on their :Money & Career page, provides a snapshot of some basic Social Security parameters. Her items range from taxation of benefits to the nagging solvency issue, with some important details in between. Read her post…

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