The Safe Savings Rate

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November 28, 2015  |  

The Safe Savings Rate

Key Takeaways • Where it all started–the safe withdrawal rate. • My transition to the safe savings rate—the amount of income you need to sock away for retirement. • A comprehensive financial plan is best, but off-the-shelf tools and two popular “rules of thumb” can help. The Safe Withdrawal Rate About 20 years ago, a […]

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June 6, 2013  |  

Should You Delay Your Social Security Retirement Benefit?

Social Security benefits are a major source of retirement income for many people. When you begin taking Social Security greatly affects the size of your benefit. Your Social Security retirement benefit is based on the number of years you’ve been working and the amount you’ve earned. When you become entitled to retirement benefits at age […]

January 24, 2013  |  

Medicare Updates for 2013

The following is a guest post from Howard Peck of Senior Insurance Solutions. Along with the usual and customary annual Medicare cost increases, 2013 will likely be the year that two BIG Medicare issues will be bantered about and then possibly implemented as our politicians try to get a handle on the runaway costs of […]

May 31, 2012  |  

Changes at The Social Security Administration

Last year the Social Security Administration suspended the mailing of the Annual Benefit Estimate Statements due to federal budget considerations. Recently they resumed sending the Statement, but only to people who are age 60 and older and who are not yet on benefits.  People younger than age 60 will not have a Statement mailed to […]

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