What is the Full Retirement Age for Social Security?
Social Security’s full retirement age is when you qualify for 100 percent of your benefit, at age 66 or 67, depending on when you were born. You’ll earn even more if you wait till age 70.
It’s Not Too Late to Start Saving for Retirement
Saving for retirement can be stressful, especially during difficult times — such as a job loss due to the pandemic. But AARP financial ambassador Jean Chatzky says it’s never too late to start saving.
Why You Need to Watch Your Credit More Than Ever
As the pandemic continues you may need to watch your credit more than ever. AARP financial ambassador Jean Chatzky explains why your credit may be at risk, and what you can do to protect it.
Help! Should I Tap Into My Retirement Account Early?
Should you tap into your retirement savings to make ends meet during the pandemic? AARP financial ambassador Jean Chatzky shares her advice.
Can I Stop and Restart Social Security Benefits?
If you started collecting early and within the last 12 months, you can withdraw from receiving benefits and reapply later. If you’re past full retirement age, you can pause your benefits to receive credits that will increase your payments.
Time to Work Ahead and Save Easy: Rose City
Learn how the Rose City Rollers save with OregonSaves program.
Time to Work Ahead and Save Easy: Saleem Small Business
The OregonSaves Program helped Saleem’s business save for retirement.
Time to Work Ahead and Save Easy: Dahle Orchard
Learn how the OregonSaves program helps create retirement savings for this small business.
How to Maximize Your Social Security Benefit
Good things come to those who wait. From the time you reach full retirement age, your maximum monthly benefit will increase for each month you hold off on collecting until you reach age 70.
How to Cut Costs on Rx Drugs
The cost of prescription drugs keeps going up, but if you’re willing to do a little shopping around, you can lower your drug costs. Here are some ways you can save money on prescription drugs.
Will My Social Security Payment Increase If I Keep Working?
If you start collecting before full retirement age, your income could lower your monthly benefit if you make above a set limit. That limit goes away at full retirement age, and you could actually raise your benefit amount.
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