While most retirees receive income from a variety of sources, they still have to pay the corresponding taxes for all the benefits they receive.
Studies show that workers who get investment advice from any source do better than those who receive no advice.
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Seemingly straightforward questions about claiming Social Security spousal benefits can wind up becoming complicated in a hurry. Here's one answer.
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Reports about shrinking SS benefits and underfunded or
nonexistent pensions have left many Americans believing retirement is a
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More investors are using a "bucket strategy" to provide retirement income. But if you do it wrong, you could put your portfolio at risk.