Judge Sentences Man Who Used Death File to Bilk Health Plans
The court says Miguel de Paula Arias used the Social Security records of the dead to create fake medical claims.
GAO: Overhaul Entire US Retirement System
Many Americans could suffer an insecure and undignified retirement if changes aren't made, the office says.
2018 Social Security COLA Is Biggest in Years
The cost-of-living adjustment for next year is the largest since 2012 and will affect more than 69 million Americans.
Social Security Working Retirement Tax: Which Spouse’s Earnings Count?
Working while claiming Social Security may be common but so are complications, which magnify the advisor’s role in providing guidance.
Managing Medicare: Tips and Tricks to Minimize Costs
Postretirement health care costs can be huge, but there are steps that can be taken to reduce the cost of Medicare coverage.
Social Security Survivor Benefits: Don’t Just Survive, Maximize
The extra funds overlooked in survivor benefits can mean the difference between living in poverty and relative comfort for many clients.
Social Security to Be Depleted in 17 Years: Trustees
All Social Security beneficiaries are on track to face a 23% benefit cut in 2034, says Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.
Social Security Trust Funds Post Higher Gain
The combined trust funds could run dry in 2034.
Social Security Might Be Too Much of a Mystery to Affect Savings: Economists
Researchers found little evidence in survey data that public benefits crowd out private savings.
Could Stocks Save Social Security?
The Center for Retirement Research explores the potential of adding equities to the bonds held by the Social Security trust fund to boost yield.