A substantial number of retirees are spending more than they expected to on living expenses — and their confidence in being able to meet their lifestyle goals in retirement are taking a hit, says a recent study.
There have to be changes in the law, and “it needs to be done quickly,” argued former North Dakota Senator and Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee Kent Conrad at an Oct. 11 Bipartisan Policy Center event.
A recent paper discusses what happens when each party in a married couple claims Social Security benefits at a different age.
There’s an old saying that when you assume… well, here are six assumptions that can create real headaches for retirement plan fiduciaries.
A series of structural and administrative changes to the Saver’s Credit would make the program less complex and more likely to achieve its intended goal of encouraging low- and moderate-income workers to save for retirement, according to a new report.
Congressional action has included deliberations and discussions concerning a variety of measures and steps relevant to retirement plans and benefits.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) on Oct. 13 announced that the monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits will increase 2% in 2018.
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