What Happens to Social Security if Working in Retirement?

It's important for you to learn how working in retirement can impact your Social Security benefits.

 


What Happens to Your Social Security If You’re Working in Retirement?

It’s important to learn how working in retirement can impact Social Security benefits.

  • No Alarm Clock

    No alarm clock is the number one thing workers are looking forward to in retirement.

  • Battle of the Sexes: IRA Edition

    Men had higher average and median IRA balances than women.

  • Where’s Your Income Coming From?

    The youngest workers may be able to cover about half as much of their retirement expenses with Social Security and a pension as the oldest workers.

  • Early Penalty

    Claiming Social Security benefits early in 2014 could cut your benefits by 25%.

  • Steer Your Own Ship

    U.S. investors set investment return targets based on their own goals, not market returns.

  • Everything I Love Is Killing Me

    Cutting back on a few luxuries—like coffee and eating out—can help you save more for retirement.

  • Get Your Mojo Back

    Confidence is knowing where you’re going in retirement.

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