Robert Powell, Editor of TheStreet’s Retirement Daily, is longtime financial journalist, and a regular contributor to TheStreet, Income Seeker and USA Today. He also serves as editor of the Retirement Management Journal, a peer-reviewed professional journal and program/curriculum director of the online Retirement Management Analyst program at Salem State University. Previously, he served as editor of Retirement Weekly; was managing director of Dalbar, a mutual fund research and publishing concern; and managing director of Acadient, an online financial education company. He has written about personal finance, investments, and retirement since 1986.
There are only a few circumstances in which someone can collect Social Security of a deceased parent.
A couple is receiving conflicting information from Social Security on their benefits.
It's that time of year again. It's time for open enrollment. What you need to know about the Medicare Advantage plans to save you money.
If you're older than your ex-wife, you may be able to claim for Social Security based on her earnings record.
Retirees without suplemental coverage for Medicare are at greater risk of high medical expenses or doing without needed care altogether.
New 'actively" managed ETFs from Prudential rely on quantitative strategies.
Figuring out the best Social Security claiming strategies for working spouses is complicated.
With two ex-husbands, a reader seeks clarification on what her options are for claiming Social Security spousal benefits.
You need to save less if you live in the UK or Japan, but more if you live in Hong Kong.
Why poorer individuals place a higher value on annuities; plus more recent research.
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