“The Professor” Rick Plum, CFP® talks about taking a deduction for charitable donations.
You have pensions, you’re going to be taking Social Security… how will one affect the other?
Peggy and her husband don’t need their Social Security benefit just yet. She’d like to know if it’s worth it for her husband to wait until he’s 66 to start collecting.
If you work as a government employee for ten years and have a pension through the state, will your Social Security benefits be affected?
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If you’re still working and are considering taking Social Security benefits it’s important to know that your benefits could be reduced or eliminated under certain circumstances.
Although some people like to handle their own financial affairs, many people would prefer to get help from a trained financial advisor.
Large ups and downs in the stock market can be scary for a new retiree. When volatility reigns, those who depend on their portfolios for support through their retirement years can start to feel queasy.