Social Security

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Academics Tout Use Of 401(k) Assets To Boost Social Security Income

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Americans could use 401(k) assets as "bridge" income to delay Social Security, Boston College researchers argue.

Biden Aims To Slash 'Time Tax' For Social Security, Storm Aid

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President Biden issues an executive order designed to streamline Americans' access to government benefits.

Wealthier, Healthier Households Keep Spending In Retirement, Study Says

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Wealthy retirees in good health spend at levels that defy conventional wisdom, according to a Boston College study.

A Simple Guide To Maximizing Retirement Income

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Here are three simple but essential steps to help maximize your clients' retirement income.

How Social Security Benefits Are Impacted When Clients Become Widows

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Advisors need to be aware of how their clients' Social Security benefits are impacted when their spouse dies.

Avoiding The Social Security Tax Torpedo

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Taxable income can generate a need to pay taxes on more of Social Security benefits.

Shutdown Risk Rises As U.S. Congress Stalls On Stopgap Bill

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Current funding for the government expires on Friday, the impasse involves funding for Covid-19-related mandates.

For Healthy Women With Wealth, Delaying Social Security Pays

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Women who delay Social Security benefits to age 70 can gain $180,000 over a lifetime, one researcher says.

Ensuring Female Clients Maximize Social Security Benefits

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The issues women face show themselves in everything from Social Security benefits to estate planning, advisors say.

IRS Releases Tax Inflation Adjustments As Inflation Soars

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The standard deduction rises $300 to $25,100 for married couples filing jointly.

Maximize Clients' Social Security Benefits, Win Them For Life

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Nearly three-quarters of clients would switch advisors to maximize Social Security benefits.

New Strategy Links Social Security, IRA Withdrawals, Minimizes Taxes In Retirement

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The strategy uses Roth IRAs to maximize tax savings on mandatory withdrawals and Social Security payments.

Are Longevity Assumptions Obsolete?

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Estimates for clients' lives might be too out of date for their retirement plans.

New Bill Would Hike Taxes On Wealthy To Bump Up Social Security Benefits

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The bill increases Social Security benefits for current and new beneficiaries by 2%.

These Are The World's Best (And Worst) Pension Systems In 2021

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The U.S., at 19th, could increase its ranking if it raised the minimum pension for low-income retirees.

Social Security Benefits To Get Biggest Increase In 40 Years

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Americans in the program will get a 5.9% bump in benefits starting in January.

Maximizing Social Security Benefits And The Client Experience

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Making smart choices about Social Security filing will make a difference in your clients' financial outlooks.

Social Security Strong Enough To Weather Pandemic, Analysis Says

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But Congress still needs to address the program's deficit, according to Boston College's Center for Retirement Research.

Many Americans Have Shifted Retirement Target After Covid

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More than a third of Americans have moved up or pushed back their target date, says Northwestern Mutual.

Investing For Income Doesn't Mean What It Used To, Advisor Panel Says

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Plummeting Treasury yields require a rethinking of retirement income and withdrawal strategies, a panel of experts said.

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