Social Security & Retirement

  1. Social Security: Checking Your Earnings and Benefits

    The Social Security Administration (SSA) keeps a running computer account of your earnings record and work credits. The SSA mails out this information annually on Social Security statements to everyone over age 25. The Social Security statement gives you an estimate of the benefits you'll receive at various retirement ages, which can play an important role in your financial planning. more

  2. Will I Get Penalized for Working While Collecting Social Security Retirement?

    Until you reach full retirement age, working while receiving early retirement benefits may reduce your Social Security retirement benefits. more

  3. Social Security, Medicare & Government Pensions

    The rules for claiming Social Security have changed. more

  4. Getting Your Retirement Money Early -- Without Penalty

    There are several ways to avoid the extra 10% tax on early distributions from retirement plans. Avoid the penalty if you become disabled, if you pay child support or alimony from your retirement plan, or if you withdraw money from a retirement plan to pay medical expenses. Read on for more tips. more


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