State and local government pensions assure workers and retirees that they enjoy the same protections as the comprehensive federal law, ERISA provides to corporate participants. That’s simply not true. Don’t count on state law to protect your retirement security. #thevillasgesflretirement #thevillagesfl
I recently talked with Bill Linton, who retired at 57 in 2018. As he explained his approach to retirement, I was fascinated. He planned it. And he attacked it the way he would any project. This article shares insights on how to increase the likelihood you will find fulfillment in retirement. #thevillasgesflretirement #thevillagesfl
A funny thing happened on the way to that $56,00-a-year Alzheimer’s drug: Payers are reluctant to pay, providers are reluctant to prescribe, and the price is coming down—at least for some patients. #thevillasgesflretirement #thevillagesfl
Today’s column addresses questions about recalculation of benefits after earning continuing income, how the family maximum that can be claimed on a single record is calculated and how divorced spousal benefits are calculated for business owners. #thevillasgesflretirement #thevillagesfl
Reaching retirement doesn’t have to mean that you’ll never work again. In fact, it might be a great opportunity to work on your own terms. Part-time work can help you improve your retirement income, keep you active, give you purpose and be fun all at the same time.
And, in case you haven’t heard, there is a massive worker shortage right now, so you might be able to command top dollar for your part-time retirement gig.
Do You Need the Income or Other Benefits?
While there are many reasons to work beyond money, you may want to know if you need supplemental retirement income.
Today’s column addresses questions about the effect of no longer earning income on Social Security benefits, spousal benefit eligibility when a spouse’s disability benefit converts to a standard retirement benefit and the potential availability of divorced spousal benefits. #thevillasgesflretirement #thevillagesfl