The Senate hopes to vote on the bill by next week, but the market took much less time to react.
Employers are welcoming boomerang workers with open arms.
U.S. citizens who retire abroad face tax and health care challenges, but they're easily navigated if you see them coming.
Americans are getting better with this whole retirement thing, as only 28% say they plan to take the benefit when eligible at 62.
Mostly because they're more realistic about finding employment.
Investors who are facing career changes or major purchases such as a second home often seek guidance from their financial advisors who can offer an unbiased and less emotional opinion.
For myriad reasons, older U.S. adults are holding off on collecting Social Security, and that means bigger checks, but some bigger risks, too.
Everybody wants to cut entitlements until reaching Social Security, which the majority of you are still depending on for retirement.