It’s widely known that at age 62 American workers qualify and can start collecting Social Security benefits, but many Americans aren’t sure if they should start collecting at this age or wait until 66 or 70. Prudential Retirement’s Senior Vice…

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With the 2012 election merely a few months away, AARP conducted a survey on one of the most important voter blocs of the election: those 50+. AARP Vice President, Nancy Leamond joined me earlier this week to share the results…

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For many of us the recession has hit pretty hard, especially our bank accounts and for those of us who've started planning for retirement. The economy hasn't been easy for those in the baby boomer age bracket as they were…

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