Social Security

Will Coronavirus Push Social Security to Insolvency by the End of the Decade?

Social Security benefits may be exhausted sooner rather than later, which will affect millions of current and future retirees in America. A new report believes funds may run out by 2029 due to COVID-19, countering the SSA’s report. Read more.
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Can Social Security Survive the Coronavirus Crisis?

Can Social Security survive the COVID-19 crisis? Financial adviser and best-selling author Rick Edelman has some real concerns about whether Social Security can survive this crisis.
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Some Social Security Recipients to Get Stimulus Checks Starting Today

According to the Social Security Administration, many Americans that receive Social Security benefits will get their stimulus checks today. See the details.
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Why Social Security Cost-of-Living Adjustments May Be Lower in 2021

Senior citizens and retirees may be looking at lower cost of living adjustments (COLA) on their Social Security benefits next year.The reason for the lower increase has a lot to do with the plummet in oil prices amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Three Things You Need to Know on April 23rd

The annual trustees report released Monday projects the Social Security program will be spending more than it's bringing in by 2020 and trust funds will be tapped out by 2035. Trustees urged Congress to take action to reverse the shortfall and guarantee Americans will get their full benefits. The...
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