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What happens to your Social Security payments when one spouse dies

What happens to your Social Security payments when one spouse dies

Journalist Philip Moeller is here to provide the answers you need on aging and retirement

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Paid Leave Won't Destroy Social Security, But Improve It

Paid Leave Won't Destroy Social Security, But Improve It

When most people are asked about paid leave, they just want to make sure that workers have access to this important benefit

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A Glimpse of What Social Security May Look Like in 2035

A Glimpse of What Social Security May Look Like in 2035

Will you recognize America's most important social program in less than two decades?

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Social Security, The Dependency Ratio, And Immigration

Social Security, The Dependency Ratio, And Immigration

Since the release of the most recent Social Security Trustees' Report earlier this month, there's been a recognition that 2034 will be here before we know it

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Will Social Security Survive?

Will Social Security Survive?

Social Security's on shaky financial ground and a big cut to benefits is on the horizon

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Working Americans' Expected Reliance on Social Security Is Tied for a 15-Year High

Working Americans' Expected Reliance on Social Security Is Tied for a 15-Year High

If the present snapshot of Social Security is in any way indicative of the future, working Americans today are likely to lean on Social Security in some capacity during retirement

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