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The earliest you can claim Social Security is age 62, but to collect full benefits, it's better to wait longer. Here's how your savings should... [Read More]
Millions of Americans are feeling the financial pinch from Covid-19, and that includes the nation's seniors. Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., weighs in on how the... [Read More]
A 1.3% cost-of-living adjustment for 2021 was announced by the Social Security Administration this week. But two Democratic House lawmakers think that that increase is... [Read More]
Social Security checks will get a 1.3% boost next year to help beneficiaries keep up with the cost of living. Here's how much that will... [Read More]
The Social Security Administration uses cost-of-living adjustments to help your benefits keep up with the pace of inflation. The 2021 COLA will be 1.3%. Here's... [Read More]
Social Security benefits are based on your income, the year you were born and the age you decide to start taking money out. Here's how... [Read More]
The Social Security Administration announced on Tuesday just how much benefits will increase next year. But for beneficiaries who may already be spread thin financially... [Read More]
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