The Good Old Days: Was the Pension Era Really as Good as Its Reputation?
The ‘Other’ Retirement Income? Pair Passion With Part-Time Work, Experts Say
Advisor Group Issues Alert for 2021 Vendor Data Breach Affecting Clients
Personal information exfiltrated from RRD’s corporate data system included users’ names, addresses and Social Security numbers.
Retirement Clearinghouse Issues Alert of IRA Data Breach
Firm alerts more than 10,000 people to watch out for identify theft after Social Security and IRA numbers may have been exposed.
EBRI Study: Inflation, Weak Stock Market Slashed Retirement Confidence
EBRI reports sharply decreased retirement confidence, driven primarily by inflation.
House Republicans Propose Exempting Social Security Benefits From Income Tax
Social Security reform bills keep coming this Congress, and this one would remove Social Security payments from the calculation of gross income.
GOP Budget Plan Calls For Spending Cuts That Would Include Social Security Administration
The bill that passed the House yesterday would threaten delays in Social Security payments, according to an industry lobby group.
Social Security Uncertainty Bolsters Use Case for HSAs, Proponents Say
Because of rising health care costs and the predicted insolvency of Social Security, experts tout HSAs as a powerful tool to save up for health care expenses.
Recent Proposals to Reform Social Security
The options to reform Social Security will have to become more dramatic the longer Congress waits.
Social Security Trust Fund May Fall Short One Year Earlier Than Expected
Social Security's largest trust fund may be depleted in 2034, one year earlier than previously estimated, according to its Board of Trustees.
White House Budget Proposal Increases Funding for DOL Enforcement Actions
President Joe Biden’s proposal for fiscal 2024 also provides Social Security Administration, IRS with more money to improve customer service.
Senators Propose Legislation to Encourage Social Security Literacy
The legislators want to increase the clarity and number of paper statements workers receive from the Social Security Administration to encourage collection of larger benefit amounts.
Senators Propose Repealing Social Security Cuts to Public Pensioners
The Social Security Fairness Act would repeal two provisions that reduce payments to many retirees collecting public pensions.
Social Security Expansion Act Would Guarantee Solvency for 75 Years
The Democrat-sponsored bill has been referred to the Republican-controlled House Committee on Ways and Means.
Biden “Won’t Let” Republicans Cut Social Security
In the State of the Union address, Biden commits to protecting Social Security and Medicare from cuts to address the debt ceiling.
CBO Says Social Security Trust Funds May Be Depleted by 2033
Retirement advisers may need to counsel on a 23% reduction in Social Security benefits within the next decade if the government doesn’t act on the latest projections from the Congressional Budget Office.
Social Security Misconceptions
Social Security Administration Aims for Informative, Time-Saving Website Redesign
Understanding when and how to take Social Security distributions should be a critical part of everyone’s retirement planning, according to a Hartford Funds managing director.