Taking a second look at COLA for 2020.
Want to make people upset? Talk about Social Security’s cost of living adjustment
Social Security is a great economic equalizer
Social Security dramatically reduces inequality between white and minority retirement wealth.
My wife is 61 and earns $50,000; I’m 65 and earn $400,000 — should she take Social Security next year?
Doing this right could yield this couple $150,000 extra.
These 7 Social Security myths just aren’t true, no matter how often you hear them
Believing these myths can be dangerous to your financial well being — and even your ability to afford your retirement.
A married couple should do this to get the most from Social Security
How to coordinate your and your spouse’s benefit to maximize Social Security income.
How far off are the actuarial adjustments of Social Security benefits?
Not that far, but high earners, who live long and claim late, come out ahead.
What will retirement look like in 50 years?
Best way to look forward is to look back
We may be missing the point of Social Security’s COLA
Benefits will be adjusted upward next year by just 1.6%