You may be entitled to more than you think from Social Security.
Claiming Social Security at 62 makes sense if you can maximize your lifetime benefits with this move.
If this applies to you, make sure you sign up right away.
ETFs provide some pretty significant advantages over many other investments.
Social Security benefits are going up next year, but that could end up hurting some seniors.
You may want to wrap up your career by the end of 2021, but be sure to tackle these items first.
You may not receive as much from Social Security as you think.
Maxing out your 401(k) doesn't make sense in every situation.
It's the most substantial raise seniors will have gotten in decades.
You could end up with smaller checks for the rest of your life.
These companies can deliver regular income -- to live off of in retirement or to buy more stock with.
You can lower your IRS burden for the year if you take these key steps now.
It's never a good idea to sign up for Social Security without understanding the consequences of your choice.
Did you catch any of these changes that hit this year?
Think you'll manage solely on Social Security? That paycheck may be lower than you'd expect.
Market crashes aren't something to fear -- unless these three things apply to you.