Tag: Social Security

What You Need To Know About The Equifax Data Breach Settlement

With 147 million consumers impacted, the scale of the 2017 Equifax data breach is the largest in cybersecurity history. From full names and dates of birth to driver’s license numbers and social security numbers, the data breach enabled hackers to gain access to a plethora of information about some 56 percent of all American consumers. […]

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How To Retire On Very Little Money

Americans are notorious for being terrible savers. More than one-fifth of all United States adults have absolutely nothing stored away for retirement. Nearly four-fifths of all Americans are seriously worried that they will run out of savings before they pass away. Retirees, however, don’t actually need that much money saved up prior to leaving their jobs, kicking back, and relaxing. Most […]

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When Should You Start Collecting Social Security Benefits

Collecting Social Security Benefits For Retirees – The age at which an individual should begin collecting Social Security depends on his or her unique circumstances. The longer an individual can delay collecting, the higher the monthly benefit will be. Ultimately, however, the total amount collected will probably be about the same. Those who start collecting […]

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Becoming Debt Free Starts Here

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