Consuelo Mack, the host of Wealthtrack, sat down with two financial professionals to discuss financial planning and retirement during the COVID-19 crisis.
For many older adults, what used to be considered retirement age seems to be pushed back further every year. Longer life expectancies, limited savings and social security funds plus overall satisfaction in one’s work have resulted in an increase in the percentage of employed adults over age 55. Many older adults are considering the idea of “reverse retirement,” or delaying traditional retirement. But getting back into one’s former career field can be just as daunting as starting a new one.
Supporting veterans and active duty members of the military is a key part of Social Security’s mission.
Did you ever want to retire to another county. Will your Social Security payments follow you?
In Washington there are over 178 thousand people receiving disability payment. In Idaho there are over 44 thousand. Nationally there are over 8.75 million.
Perhaps you’ve been planning to read that booklet on Social Security benefits for some time now, but you never seem to find the time to sit down with it. If only you could listen to an audio version, just as you might listen to the latest novel by your favorite author on audio book.
Learn about your retirement benefits as we answer some basic questions that are commonly asked during our educational presentations.
Whether you’re ready to retire, just joining the workforce, or somewhere in between, regularly reviewing your Social Security earnings record could make a big difference when it’s time to collect your retirement benefits.
Will there be Social Security in the future?
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Tragedy strikes without warning. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 2.7 million people will die in the U.S. this year. For families who lose a wage earner, it can have a devastating financial impact in addition to the emotional one.
For more and more Americans, reaching retirement age no longer means the end of an active working life. Over 100,000 are doing so in Washington state
According to the Census Bureau, there are nearly 57 million people living with disabilities in the United States. Thirty percent of American adults help provide care for a sick or disabled family member. And there are many right here in Washington.
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