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Economy

You might get a bigger Social Security check next year. Here's why

The Seniors Citizens League estimates that Social Security beneficiaries could receive a 3% cost-of-living adjustment in 2025 as inflation gains steam.

Most baby boomers heading toward retirement have little saved: study

Baby Boomers in their 60s have little saved for retirement while many Gen Xers have nothing saved.

Money

Expert reveals the secret to setting yourself up for success in retirement

Ramsey Solutions personality Jade Warshaw provides tips on to secure their retirement with Social Security.

Economy

Inflation has majority of retirees worried they will outlive their assets

A new study found the vast majority of retired Americans are worried that their savings will not be enough to sustain them through their golden years after years of elevated inflation.

New retirement rule will help protect retirement savings of Americans already struggling to save

Americans getting help from financial planners will appreciate a new rule that makes sure they're getting sound retirement advice.

Money

Some Americans to receive rare second Social Security payment in May

Social Security recipients will receive two checks this month, but it doesn't mean retirees are receiving extra money – it's due to a quirk in the system.

Politics

Biden issues new rule to crack down on bad retirement advice

The Labor Department on Tuesday finalized a rule that aims to crack down on retirement advice given by financial advisers, brokers and insurance agents.

Boomer small business owners retiring could mean golden opportunity for younger Americans

Data shows millions of baby boomer small business owners are poised for retirement in coming years, and that means enormous potential for younger generations of aspiring entrepreneurs.

Economy

Expert offers financial planning tips for new college grads

New college graduates entering the workforce face financial decisions from managing student loan debt, building credit, saving for retirement, building emergency funds and more.

Majority of US couples do not have an estate plan, study finds

Ameriprise Financial's latest "Couples, Money & Retirement" survey found U.S. couples overwhelmingly agree on retirement goals, but most do not have an estate plan in place.

Your Social Security COLA increase could be bigger than expected next year

The Seniors Citizens League estimates that Social Security beneficiaries could receive a 3% cost-of-living adjustment in 2025 as inflation gains steam.

Markets

Americans should invest at any age: 'It's never too late'

Investors who are just getting started should feel empowered to start their investment journey at any age. A wealth management expert says "it's never too late."

President Biden announces new student loan forgiveness plans that could benefit 23 million Americans

23 million borrowers could see accrued interest removed from their bills, and millions more could see partial or total forgiveness under Biden's new plan.

The 'magic number' to retire comfortably hits a new all-time high

Americans say they need more money than ever in order to be able to retire comfortably as chronic inflation continues to erode their purchasing power.

Americans weigh in on whether a comfortable retirement is possible in today's economy

With a potential retirement crisis on the horizon, retirees share their outlook on the issue and the cost of living in the US

Economy

Americans are draining their retirement accounts, racking up debt due to high inflation

The inflation crisis is forcing a growling number of Americans to rack up credit card debt and tap their retirement savings, according to a new study.

Economy

Cost of living hinders younger generations from saving for retirement: Fidelity

Fidelity Investment's annual State of Retirement study found that over half of Millennials and Gen Z think saving for retirement will be harder in comparison to their parents.

401(k)s vs pension plans: What's the difference?

Pension plans and 401(k) plans can both help workers during their retirement years. While once commonplace, pensions have largely been replaced by 401(k)s in the private sector.

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