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By Elizabeth Bauer Since the release of the most recent Social Security Trustees' Report in June 2018, there's been a recognition that 2034 will be here before we know it, and that, subsequent to the depletion of the Trust Fund, when benefits are cut by a quarter, we'll...

Programs that employees must pay into have replaced those traditional, employer-funded pensions. Savings are bleak; almost half of American families have no money set aside for retirement For many elderly people—especially those who are low-income—the Social Security check is the only way to make ends...

While working on his book If I Live to Be 100, published by Rizzoli, Paul Mobley listened to a lot of advice from the subjects he photographed and interviewed. “Some would say the key to long life: Don’t go to the doctor,” he said....

Let’s face it: no one looks forward to being in midlife. It’s a no man’s (and no woman’s) land where you feel unsure about your place in the grand scheme of things....

Where you live plays a big role in staying independent as you age. ...