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A Social Security Increase is Expected for 2018, Along with a Cost-of-Living Increase

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A Social Security Increase is Expected for 2018, Along with a Cost-of-Living Increase The cost-of-living is now the highest that it’s been in the last 6 years. How will this affect retirees? A cost-of-living adjustment…

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OPM Terms Federal Retirement Benefits as Very Generous

A statement by OPM has made it clear that the agency thinks that federal retirement benefits are very generous as compared to the private sector.

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Can Working During Retirement Hamper Your Social Security Benefits?

If you are planning to work after retirement, you should know that it will impact your social security benefits and taxes in some cases.

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Medicare Begins Replacing Social Security Numbers on Medicare ID Cards

Medicare has started the process of replacing social security numbers on Medicare ID cards by using an MBI number and it will be completed by 2019.

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Living Expenses Stopping New Yorkers from Saving Enough towards Retirement Benefits

A poll says that a lot of Gen Xers and the Baby Boomers of New York are hardly saving towards retirement benefits because of high living expenses.

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Many Women Fear Running Out of Money in Retirement

A survey has highlighted that more than half American women fear running out of money in retirement. The reasons for that were also discovered.

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Americans Saving Longer Towards Retirement Benefits

A survey has found out that Americans are saving longer towards their retirement benefits when compared to their counterparts in other nations.

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Planning for Retirement in Five Years by Ron Raffino

Ron Raffino, the Federal retirement specialist, gives tips and advice for Federal Employees who plan on retiring in five years.

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New Mexico Joins the Efforts to Provide Retirement Benefits to Private Sector Workers

New Mexico is trying hard to ensure that its private sector employees get access to a retirement benefits plan. The focus is on low-wage workers.

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Public Sector Employees are Confident about Retirement

Public sector employees are confident about retirement says a survey. It also highlights a lack of confidence in the social security and medicare.

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Retirement Woes of Black New Yorkers Escalating

: A survey has revealed that the retirement woes of black New Yorkers are increasing as they are not doing enough to prepare for retirement.

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Traditional Retirement Benefits Savings Methods still Working for Retirees

A survey states that pension is the best retirement benefits savings method for retirees as it gives them confidence and a good standard of living.

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Many Americans Fear that they will Outlive Their Retirement Benefits Savings

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A new survey has highlighted some very terrifying facts about retirement. It says that many Americans fear that they will outlive their retirement benefits savings despite the fact that a majority of them plan to…

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Americans Dependent on Social Security and Employer-Sponsored Plans for Retirement Benefits

A survey highlights that Americans are depending on employer-sponsored plans and social security as their key sources of retirement benefits income.

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Nearly Half of Young Americans have Zero Retirement Benefits Savings

A survey shows that almost half of young Americans have zero retirement benefits savings and yet they are not tensed about post-retirement income.

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The Bad News Regarding Retirement Benefits of Baby Boomers

A survey has highlighted all the weak points regarding retirement benefits savings ideas and retirement plans of the baby boomers in the US.

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OPM and SSA to Stop Paying Deceased Federal Employees

OPM and SSA are going to have a formal agreement that will ensure that the SSA doesn’t keep paying benefits to deceased federal employees or retirees.

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Research States Millennials Are Better at Retirement Benefits Savings

A survey has revealed that Millennials are better prepared for the retirement than the Baby Boomers as they contribute more to retirement benefits savings.

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SSA has the most satisfied IT Federal Employees

Satisfying the federal employees who are deft at IT is a problem that must be solved by proper induction, training and more involvement in decisions.

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Retirees Don’t Regret Claiming Social Security Early

Most of the retirees who took their social security benefits at an early age don’t regret the decision they made because the situation called for it.

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