Retirement Planning

Retirement Plan Limits on the Rise in 2022

Retirement Plan Limits on the Rise in 2022

Retirement savers have some reasons to celebrate in 2022. Many IRA and retirement plan limits are indexed for inflation each year. Although the amount you can contribute to IRAs remains the same in 2022, other key numbers will increase, including how much you can...

What Will You Pay for Medicare in 2022?

What Will You Pay for Medicare in 2022?

Medicare premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts change annually. Here's a look at some of the costs that will apply in 2022 if you're enrolled in Original Medicare Part A and Part B.Medicare Part B premiums According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid...

Understanding Social Security

Understanding Social Security

Approximately 69 million people today receive some form of Social Security benefits, including retirement, disability, survivor, and family benefits.1 Although most people receiving Social Security are retired, you and your family members may be eligible for benefits...

Retirement Planning Considerations for a Stay-at-Home Spouse

Retirement Planning Considerations for a Stay-at-Home Spouse

Married couples often decide together that one spouse should be the primary breadwinner while the other stays home to take care of family members. Although this often works out well for childrearing or eldercare responsibilities in the short term, it can present long-term retirement-planning risks for the stay-at-home spouse. For this reason, couples should familiarize themselves with a few spousal rules related to retirement plans.