Do you know when you can begin receiving your full retirement benefit from Social Security? If you start receiving benefits too early, you may experience a drastic cut in your monthly income. Knowing when you can retire and how much you will receive from Social Security is critical to the planning process.
For most people, being able to live a comfortable life after retirement is a real challenge. This award winning book provides concrete suggestions and real-life examples of how you should plan to make the transition into retirement and live comfortably.
Thinking about making a career change but unsure of where to start? My Next Move is a great tool to help you chart your course of action. Begin by listing your interests, assessing your individual skills and mapping out a plan to transition into your next career move.
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is a respected national leader and trusted partner helping older adults meet the challenges of aging through services like BenefitsCheckUp®. BenefitsCheckUp® is a comprehensive, free online tool that connects older adults with benefits they may qualify to receive.
SCORE, a nonprofit organization, is the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, is dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals.
When we think of trusts, most of us envision the legal instruments used by the ultra-wealthy. But trusts aren't just for very wealthy people. Trust agreements, wills and the power of attorney directives are important tools for everyone to include in their personal retirement planning toolkit.
Did you know that each year Medicare updates the health insurance coverage provided to its recipients? The Medicare Open Enrollment is just around the corner. Check out what's new for 2021.
Sixty-six percent (66%) of Americans will need long term care at some point in their lives. Medicare does not cover custodial care and long term care services. Did you know that in certain circumstances, Medicaid may cover a portion of the charges in connection with extended care?