Many people don't realize there's an earnings test of sorts that can lead to higher monthly premiums for Part B medical coverage.
You may want to make sure your move doesn't leave you with a lower monthly benefit.
You don't have to work for money when your assets can generate income for you.
It may be a move worth making in December -- or not.
Next year's maximum Social Security check is going up along with the Social Security Administration's cost of living adjustment.
Real estate platform ZeroDown looked at Census Bureau data to see how much revenues states collect in property taxes each year.
While all industry sectors saw increases in their self-employment rates when compared to pre-pandemic levels, some industries and occupations have much higher rates of self-employment than others—and these industry differences also create regional differences. Researchers ranked metros and s…
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A half-dozen states have enacted college savings accounts with deposits for every child born or adopted in the state.
From the rise of hybrid and remote work to the Great Resignation to “quiet quitting,” workers have been renegotiating how they work and what they look for in a job. And amid continued tightness in the labor market, employers have been forced to respond and make jobs more appealing to current…
Days after flocking to stores on Black Friday, consumers are turning online for Cyber Monday to score more discounts on gifts and other items that have ballooned in price because of high inflation.
Cyber Monday might be commonplace today, but in 2006 it was just kicking off on the internet. Watch CNN's early coverage of what shopping for post-Thanksgiving discounts looked like.
Online Black Friday sales in the U.S. topped a record-breaking $9.12 billion this year, kicking off a solid start to the holiday shopping season despite inflation and other economic concerns.
Spouses share a lot, but no matter your relationship status, your credit score belongs to you and you alone. Even if you’re 100% supported financially by your spouse or partner,…
Stacker compiled a list of the best public colleges in every state using Niche's 2023 Top Public Universities in America ranking.
Cyber Monday Deals are expected to bring in many shoppers this year.
The IRS doesn't let you off the hook just because you're retired.
This is the easiest way to get bigger checks every month.
A new rule doesn't impose any additional taxes on anyone, but it will make it harder for someone to evade or lowball taxes by using online services to channel their business income.
If you racked up credit card debt in 2022—whether from holiday shopping or something more serious, such as emergency expenses—you might be thinking about a balance transfer. By transferring your debt from a card with a high APR to one offering a 0% introductory APR period, you can save money on interest charges and potentially […]
Hoping to cash in on spousal benefits? Here's what Social Security will pay in 2023.
Social Security can be a lifeline in retirement, but just how far will your benefits go?
The fact that benefits could be cut isn't just an issue for current and near-retirees.
Pad your retirement earnings with passive rental property.
You've built your nest egg. Now make certain it lasts.
You might not receive Social Security checks yet. But changes to the federal program could still affect you.
Even if you don't earn an income, it's important to build your own credit score. Here are some tips to make it happen.