The GOP candidates, who are set to debate Thursday, need to discuss how to make Social Security financially sound.» Read More
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College graduates still enjoy a wage premium, but the value of a degree varies widely depending on several factors.
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The U.S. may need to enhance Social Security rather than curb it and require employers to take more responsibility for employees’ retirement savings.
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A new survey finds that Americans don't know how Social Security retirement benefits work.
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Due to longer lives and higher health costs, boomers reserve estates for their own use rather than willing it to heirs.
A new analysis details the additional benefits one same-sex couple would receive if they are considered a married couple by Social Security.
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