For the 75-year projection period, the actuarial deficit is 2.84 percent of taxable payroll, increased from 2.83 percent of taxable payroll in last year’s report.
“Stop worrying about the financial situation of your children and grandchildren, and don’t feel bad spending your money on yourself. You’ve taken care of them
Looking into this number was triggered by double checking the taxability of Social Security. What these numbers show is that looking at either mean (average)
The Employee Benefit Research Institute estimates that a 65-year-old couple needs $265,000 to cover health care premiums and out-of-pocket health care costs. Boston College Center
Taking the prudent road on financial health doesn’t mean you play follow the leader. Most often you need to set your own goals and a
We would all be better off if the time spent trying to mislead and spin the truth about Social Security was instead spent on an