Social Security

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2025 Social Security COLA Estimated At 2.63%

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The projected hike fails to keep up with a steep rise in food prices, the Senior Citizens League said.

Planning For Retirement Income Gets Easier, Thanks To Tech

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A panel at INSITE 2024 delved into the tools and strategies for unwinding retirees' assets.

When Pensions Reduce Clients' Social Security Benefits

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Clients with noncovered pensions can have any potential Social Security benefits reduced or eliminated.

Medicare Insurance Fund Can Pay Full Benefits Until 2036

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Medicare's hospital insurance trust fund's viability improves, adding five years.

Even The World's Most-Envied Retirement Plan Is Falling Short

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Australia's pile of cash won't completely sustain the country's aging population.

Social Security To End 'Clawback Cruelty' On Benefit Overpayments

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The program would reduce withholding on overpayments from 100% to 10%, the program's commissioner said.

Retirement Optimism Is Returning To The Workforce, EBRI Says

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After retirement confidence fell off a cliff in 2022, rising wages may be boosting spirits, researchers said.

The Perils Of Middle-Class Retirement In America

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Bold reform is urgently needed for America's retirement system--and surprisingly possible.

Ultra-Rich Should Pay To Save Social Security, Swing-State Voter Poll Shows

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Seventy-seven percent of voters in the seven swing states like the idea.

Gen X Needs Social Security Planning Now

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Gen X is waiting at the door for lessons in Social Security. Show them you haven't forgotten them.

Beyond The Alphabet Soup: What Advisors Need To Know About Medicare

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The national healthcare system for the aged is so complicated it can confuse even financial professionals.

How Long And Bright A Future?

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Laura Carstensen's new book is a must-read for financial advisors.

The Risk Of Taking Social Security Early

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People are afraid the program will run out of funds, but they risk a 50% cut in benefits if they take money out early, says this expert.

How Early Retirees Can Slash Healthcare Costs By Delaying Roth Conversions

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It may be best to reserve your client's Roth conversion between the ages of 65 and 70.

Raising Social Security's Retirement Age Is The Least Bad Option

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Facing a $150 billion shortfall this year alone, the program requires radical measures to shore it up.

Social Security To End 'Clawback Cruelty' On Benefit Overpayments

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The program will reduce withholding on overpayments from 100% to 10% starting Monday, the program's commissioner said.

Should 'Expat' Retirees Worry About Their Social Security Benefits?

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Social Security benefits for U.S and Non-U.S citizens retiring in other countries depends on several factors.

Fearful Clients Who Take Social Security Early Face 50% Benefits Cut, Expert Says

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Advisors need to make sure people afraid the program will run out of money act rationally, benefits expert Mary Beth Franklin said.

New Bill To Raise Social Security Payroll Tax Cap, Eliminate Taxes On Benefits

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The Social Security Administration said the bill would keep the program solvent through 2054.

Preparing For Higher RMDs This Year

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A good year in the markets also means higher required distributions from retirement accounts.

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