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retirement finances

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Social Security

For 65% of retirees, Social Security provides the bulk of their retirement income. It's also true that more than 35% of people age 65 and better receive at least 90% of their income from Social Security. This makes it vitally important that you stay up to date on what's happening with Social Security now and with what might happen with it in the future.

How are Social Security Benefits Calculated?

Ten thousand baby boomers are retiring daily. Almost all can expect a piece of Social Security's billion dollar pie. Many may even plan to rely on those benefits for more than half of their future household incomes. Yet most don't know how those benefits are calculated.

Busting Social Security Myths

Think you understand the rules, complexities and exceptions of the Social Security system? You're doing better than most. Here are some common misunderstandings.

Seven Tips to Boost Your Social Security Benefits

How much you receive in Social Security depends on your wage history and at what age you start collecting benefits. Here are things you can do to make sure that you receive as much Social Security as possible.

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