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CONTENT WITH Social Security
Social Security benefits begin with you—but they don’t end there.
You may be eligible to collect Social Security as early as 62, but waiting until age 70 yields greater benefits for most people. Here's how to decide.
How unmarried couples can achieve the same legal protections as those who’ve tied the knot.
If you’ve retired but are considering returning to work, be aware that your decision may affect your Social Security and Medicare benefits.
What to know when going through a late-in-life divorce.
Clearing up common questions about Social Security.
While money should never be the reason to marry, tying the knot can be good for your mutual bottom line.
While working past age 70 could mean higher Social Security benefits, it could also mean higher taxes and more.
If an illness or unexpected change at your company forces you to retire earlier than anticipated, here’s what you can do.
Social Security disability benefits are paid to millions of Americans—but the process to qualify is lengthy. Don’t delay.
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