Here are eight tax changes under the 'fiscal cliff' deal that may hit your pocketbook.
There are five key Social Security strategies that everyone needs to know, writes Joseph Alfonso. For example, retirees may want to consider delaying taking benefits until age 70.
People with substantial income outside of Social Security may have to pay federal income taxes on their benefits. Lou Jeffries writes how to figure out how much you have to pay when you have Social Security.
There are four words that can be very helpful for retirement saving, writes Richard M. Rosso. For example, don't be afraid to say 'no' more often to people, especially when they ask you to lend money.
According to the Social Security Administration, almost 150 babies were named Khaleesi in 2012.
Some people wait until their thirties or forties to start saving for retirement. If that's the case for you, Hamm writes, it's time to start saving for retirement immediately.
New estimates released by the Tax Policy Center show the number of Social Security and Medicare taxpayers is growing. Even among those households that will not pay federal income tax this year, the majority will still owe Social Security and Medicare payroll taxes.
Thirty years ago, President Reagan signed bipartisan Social Security reforms that raised taxes and kept the system solvent for decades, while Congress overspent in other areas and cut taxes. So who should pay for the next Social Security reforms?