Featured in The Washington Post An up-to-date guide to getting the most out of Social Security under the new regulations that took effect on April 29, 2016. Despite reports of Social Security's impending bankruptcy, Social Security remains an important part of most Americans' retirement plans. But will it be enough? Making Social Security Work for You teaches you what you need to know about Social Security retirement benefits and the options you can choose to help meet your retirement goals. In straightforward, easy-to-understand language, this compact guide provides advice on the advantages and disadvantages of delaying benefits as well as the best ways to maximize your benefits depending on your financial or marital situation. Featuring a glossary of terms to help you better understand Social Security jargon; a full explanation on how the system works under the new regulations that took effect on April 29, 2016; and practical, actionable advice on how and when to save additional retirement funds, this book shows you how to make your retirement the best it can possibly be. "Guy Birken brings her breezy style to explaining a system that can be mind-numbing." --The Washington Post
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Learn everything you need to do in the next five years to create a realistic plan for your retirement with clear, practical advice that is sure to set your future up for success. Most people don’t realize they haven’t saved enough for their retirement until their sixties and by then, it’s often too late to save enough for a comfortable retirement. The 5 Years Before You Retire has helped thousands of people prepare for retirement—even if they waited until the last minute. In this new and updated edition, you’ll find out everything you need to do in the next five years to maximize your current savings and create a realistic plan for your future. Including recent changes in financial planning, taxes, Social Security, healthcare, insurance, and more, this book is the all-inclusive guide to each financial, medial, and familial decision. From taking advantage of the employer match your company offers for your 401k to enrolling in Medicare to discussing housing options with your family, you are completely covered on every aspect of retirement planning. These straightforward strategies explain in detail how you can make the most of your last few years in the workforce and prepare for the future you’ve always wanted. Whether you just started devising a plan or have been saving since your first job, The 5 Years Before You Retire, Updated Edition, will tell you exactly what you need to know to ensure you live comfortably in the years to come.
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You think the days have passed when seniors survived on dog and cat food? Media hype may have moved on to what Paris Hilton had for lunch but the practice continues. In today's workforce, 53% have no private retirement coverage, 32% have no savings for retirement. That's 85% of all workers with nothing set aside specifically for old age. Social Security represents 39% of all elderly income. For 65% of 33 million retired workers Social Security makes up more than half their income. Maybe that's you. For 22% Social Security is their only income. That's me. Could be that's you too. Average Social Security benefit income is about $1,000 a month. Most do not even get that. Are you making it on $12,000 to $15,000 a year or less? I am.
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- Author : Ann Roberts
- Publisher : ABC-CLIO
- Release Date : 2017-11-01
- Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
- Pages : 177
- ISBN : 9781440852558
Focusing on adult patrons ages 19 through senior citizens, this book explains how libraries can best serve this busy portion of their community's population at different life stages and foster experiences that are "worth the trip"—whether actual or virtual. • Helps librarians make their libraries the go-to places in the community for both information and recreation • Enables librarians to accurately analyze the demographics of their communities and identify the services needed • Offers simple suggestions to help librarians with limited resources provide age-appropriate services • Describes information and resources most likely needed during each life stage, making it easier to target the audience for both programming and publicity
- Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1973
- Genre : Digital images
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : PURD:32754066529912
"A 14% credit card rate! What a deal!" "Where it says 'adjustable' here on my mortgage - that means 'fixed', right?" "Work until I retire, then collect Social Security. That's my wealth plan." If you've ever wondered how your money works, where it goes or how it grows, stop wondering. "Control Your Cash: Making Money Make Sense" deconstructs personal finance so that everyone but the hopelessly inept can understand it. Inside the book, you'll learn: [ how to get your bank accounts, credit cards and other financial instruments to work for you, and not the other way around [ the right way to buy a car (i.e. with the salesman cursing your name as you drive away) [ where and how to invest, and what all those symbols, charts and graphs mean [ how to turn expenses into income, and stop living paycheck-to-paycheck [ whom the tax system is stacked against (hint: it's most of us) and how to use that to your advantage [ the very key to wealth itself. In fact, the authors thought it was so important they put it on the cover so you can read it even if you're too cheap to buy the book: Buy assets, sell liabilities. Finally, a book that explains personal finance not only in layman's terms, but in detail. If you can read, and have any capacity for self-discipline, invest a few bucks in "Control Your Cash" now and reap big financial rewards for the rest of your life.
Nominations of Richard Clarida Kenneth Lawson B John Williams Jr Janet Hale Joan E Ohl James B Lockhart III and Harold Daub
- Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 2001
- Genre : United States
- Pages : 109
- ISBN : MINN:31951P00819511J
- Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Social Security
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1985
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : STANFORD:36105045648396
- Author : United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Aging. Subcommittee on Retirement Income and Employment
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1980
- Genre : Government publications
- Pages : 208
- ISBN : PURD:32754068088016