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April 2, 2013 When it comes to claiming Social Security benefits, there is no magic age. Today's boomers can begin collecting full benefits at 66, tap in early for a modified benefit at 62 or delay receiving benefits until 70. But the importance of
I started Social Security benefits last year and continued working. R.T., Tulsa If you drew Social Security benefits and continued working in 2012, you might have to pay taxes on your Social Security benefits, according to the Internal Revenue
The Associated Press The Associated Press 39 minutes ago Associated Press For Mina Meyer and Sharon Raphael, two women in their 70s who fell in love more than four decades ago and have been married for more than four years, the U.S. Supreme Court'
Sanders and other liberals are concerned Obama may strike a deficit-reduction deal with Republicans that would reduce Social Security benefits by adopting a less generous way of adjusting benefits for inflation. Obama has previously said he would
Search National Advocates Join Forces to Urge Equal Access to Social Security Benefits. New Report Details How America's Same Sex Couples Are "Living Outside the Safety Net" Social Security is the keystone of most Americans' retirement planning and
Here's what this monster looks like in the case of a married spouse. B(a) stands for the benefit of the spouse at age a . I won't burden you with the meaning of the other functions and their arguments. B(a) = PIA(a) x (1 e(n)) x (1 + d(n)) x Z(a) +
Social Security benefits can be difficult to understand. And trying to coordinate your Social Security to maximize your spousal benefit is even harder. But when you take social security and divorce together, it can be tortuous. Here's an easy-to-
The Social Security trust fund is expected to be exhausted in 2033. After that, there will be enough tax revenue coming in to pay out about three quarters of promised benefits. However, a few changes to the system could prevent these steep benefit
More Americans are delaying retirement, and that means more people are collecting both Social Security and a paycheck. That can bring unexpected financial repercussions: a bigger-than-expected tax bill and reduced benefits. It's a situation that more
I realize I'm extraordinarily lucky. Simply being employed is a big deal these days. Being healthy enough to work late in life is another huge gift. And, the icing of doing something you love, well, it's on the cake. How long do I intend to work?