The BENES Act, which has been in the works since 2018, is meant to address problems with enrolling in Medicare Part B. 760,000 pay a late enrollment penalty for Part B, according to estimates.
Retirement Daily Guest Contributor
Jul 28, 2020
It was an important step in women’s financial ownership when President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law on August 14, 1935.
There is a good chance the Social Security COLA for 2021 will be 0%. If not, it is likely to be low.
Jul 27, 2020
Aug 2, 2020
With the historic levels of unemployment resulting from COVID-19, should you tap your Social Security early to replace lost income?
Jul 7, 2020
What's WEP and how does it affect Social Security?
Robert Powell, CFP®
Jul 2, 2020
Social Security is a vital program that provides financial protection for workers and their families. Here are the top five facts for why Social Security is an important program.
Jul 1, 2020
Restricted filing allows a worker at full retirement age to collect a spousal benefit from his or her spouse and earn delayed retirement credits at the same time.
Jun 30, 2020
The "Mom Gap' could have women lose a few years of earnings and make a significant difference in woman's Social Security benefits.
Jun 29, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the fastest spike in unemployment in history. Many people are considering claiming Social Security benefits early. Should you?
Jun 23, 2020
The earnings limitation on Social Security is one that can put you in a jam if you claim early and continue to work.
Jun 19, 2020
Jul 24, 2020
Medicare ABCs, Virtual Event, October 5, 1PM ET
Jul 20, 2020
Social Security and Medicare: Maximizing Retirement Benefits
Jul 10, 2020
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Meeting Medicare Beneficiary Needs During COVID-19
Access "My Social Security" From Your Home
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Do you have Medicare Part A and now need Part B?