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5 facts you didn't know about retirement

Social Security, long-term care, retirement savings balances, homeownership, and taxes.        
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“On Social Security, I suspect we have a similar position.” – Barack Obama IT IS anybody’s guess at this point. The euphemism right now is “strengthening” Social Security for the long term in a “balanced” approach. It’s all word sal...

Saving for Retirement? If You're Only Depending on Social Security, You're Missing Out on Tax Breaks, Benefits

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Private savings' performance beats Social Security payouts, while giving Americans some nice tax savings.

When Taxing Social Security, What is Social Security?

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Most retired people, and many not-yet retired people, know that social security benefits are subject to federal income taxation. Describing the principle in simple terms is challenging, because the computation of how much of a taxpa...

Average retired Social Security beneficiary gets measly $5 raise

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