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.
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A college student has narrowly averted having to miss her spring semester because of an error made by the Social Security Administration.
The top 100 CEOs have nearly $5 billion in their retirement accounts. Here's how you can start to catch up just a little bit.
Normally, financial professionals advise retirees to wait to take Social Security benefits. But in some cases, going early makes sense.
The average retirement check of 100 top executives will be about $253,088 per month. Meanwhile, the average American's 401(k) balance is $331,200 total.
Social Security may not be much these days, but in these sunny destinations, it's more than enough to live the good life.