If you are married and ready to retire, you’ll need to consider the strategy you use to file for Social Security benefits carefully. The age at which both you and your spouse begin collecting benefits will affect not just the amount you receive as a couple today, but the amount of money available to the surviving spouse.
More older Americans are working after age 65 than ever before. Some do it for financial reasons. The added income helps defray health care and other living expenses. Others do it for social and intellectual benefits. Regardless of why you may decide to continue working past age 65, you can receive Medicare benefits while you’re still working. Here’s how Medicare works when you’re not retired.
In this episode of Aging Insights TV, which comes to us from New Jersey, we learn about how organizers in two states-- New Jersey and Arizona-- are making their states more age friendly. Prepare to be enticed into jumping on the bandwagon :)
International destinations are rising in popularity.