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retirement finances

Daily Retirement News Update

January 14, 2020

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Are You Ready for These Three Expensive Potential Retirement Situations?   You might have a financial retirement plan in place, confident that you have everything covered for the day you stop working. But as they say, men (and women) plan, and the universe laughs. What are three expensive potential events that you might not have thought of that could throw your retirement off course? Find out here.

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What are the Best Credit Cards for Retirement?   Experts agree that heading into retirement with as little debt as possible is ideal. Most people, though, rely on having access to credit even in retirement. So what are the best credit cards to have after you have stopped working? Generally, it's those that offer a low interest rate, low (or no) fees and easy to understand rewards. See the best cards here.

What are the Most Common Social Security Scams?   It is no secret that scammers target older Americans, particularly when it comes to their Social Security. According to the FTC, people victimized by Social Security thieves lose a median of $1,484. So what are the most common scams? Click here to find out.

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Ready to Age Well?   Everyone wants to age well, particularly since we are living longer than ever before. A neuroscientist has some ideas on how to do that. What does he say is the number one thing you can do to make sure that your older years are some of your best? Find out here.

What are the 37 States That Do Not Tax Social Security Benefits?   State taxes can have a huge impact on how much retirement income you keep in your pocket. With 65% of retirees relying on Social Security for the bulk of their retirement income, it is important to know which states do not tax those benefits. See them here.

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January 13, 2020

Want to Claim Social Security Benefits at Age 62?     It is a fact that most retirees claim their Social Security benefits at age 62, either because they need the extra cash or do not think that Social Security will last and it is better to get what they can while they can. Yet nearly 40% of people who claimed at 62 wish they had waited. Why?

January 12, 2020

How to Establish a Retirement "Paycheck"     Just because you are retired does not mean that your expenses end. In fact, on a monthly basis, most retirees will spend at least 80% of what they spent when they were working. People who travel or have expensive hobbies often spend more. So how do you create a reliable "retirement paycheck?"

January 5, 2020

Watch Out for Scam Social Security Robo Calls     It is no secret that robo calls are out of control, with some people receiving dozens a day. These automated calls want to sell you things you don't need, or worse, steal information from you. Now we find out that, according to the FTC, the Social Security Administration is the government agency most targeted by robo call scam artists. These criminals are out to get your Social Security number and try to scare you into giving it to them. How do you protect yourself?

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