If you are nearing retirement or are already retired, chances are you’ve heard of the 4% rule for determining how much money you can withdraw from your portfolio in retirement. But what does the 4% rule
Maintaining an active social life gets harder with age. Little by little people we were close to move away or pass away. And when we retire, we lose about half of our social network. As our social pool
As I often mention to my clients, a successful retirement plan is one that must be not only created and written but also revisited annually to account for changes we can and cannot control. There are pending
A person's spousal benefit rate is not necessarily equal to half of the worker's retirement benefit rate."> A person's spousal benefit rate is not necessarily equal to half of the worker's retirement rate.
Question: I am 67, still working and contributing to my 401(k) plan. I also have an IRA account elsewhere. I do not plan to file for Social Security until age 70. First question: If I work past age 70,