Concerns about the solvency of Social Security have some wondering if they should take it sooner
Will Social Security still be there if I wait to claim it?
Eliminating Social Security provisions that reduce benefits for some state and local workers is not the way to help retirees
All state and local workers should be covered by Social Security
What will COVID-19 do to Social Security?
Social Security’s chief actuary updated his analysis of the pandemic’s impact
I’m 63, my husband is 70, we’ll have $90,000 a year in retirement — how can we claim our Social Security benefits?
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Social Security actuaries update projections for COVID-19
Long-run deficit changes little and trust-fund depletion date moves forward one year
Many Americans don’t think Social Security and Medicare will be there for them
There’s a lot of skepticism about government entitlement—and with good reason
How has COVID-19 affected older workers?
Older workers hurt only slightly more than prime age
Social Security lets you change your mind
Trading lower benefits today for higher benefits later is always a good idea