SOCIAL SECURITY: INFORMATION & UPDATES When plans change – work after retirement and your Social Security
What if you retire, start collecting Social Security retirement, and then your plans change with a return to work?Using the following question, this is todays topic.
Q: I started Social Security reti... Posted on 5/15/13 at 3:14 PM
THE NEW FORTY It did my heart good...
I went to Bismarck yesterday to attend a retirement party for a friend whois moving on to a new chapter in his life after a long careerat the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services (NDDES). It ... Posted on 12/28/12 at 10:32 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Deb's Retirement... Posted on 10/5/12 at 7:17 AM
IN THE BLACK Tips to Retire Rich
There is an article in the latest issue of Kiplinger magazine on how to retire rich.
Some of the ideas in the article are to participate in your company's 401k plan or invest in a Roth IRA, pay off s... Posted on 9/5/12 at 7:46 AM
REAL MONEY Planning (or not) for Retirement
With a recent major birthday in our household, we were reminded that retirement is closer than ever. Just like planning for kids college and other major financial events in life, they come upon us too... Posted on 3/30/12 at 10:22 AM
Last week, Don Keplin, who has been appearing in Grand Forks courtrooms for more than half of his 40 years on a long list of charges including several felony drug and violence convictions with plenty of time behind bars, appeared again in a pre-trial conference, again across the aisle from a familiar face.
Forget Florida and Arizona, retirees, how about North Dakota? The Peace Garden State left the Sunshine State and the Grand Canyon State far behind in a recent ranking of best states in which to retire.
Rick Duquette’s first job for the City of Grand Forks required him to wear a police uniform. Thirty-four years, he’ll be retiring in a suit and tie, a uniform of a kind for the city’s top unelected official.
Howard Kossover answers the questions: "Can a person file for both Social Security retirement and disability benefits at age 62?" and " Will my own Social Security amount be lower if someone else receives benefits through my record?"
A large and growing share of American workers are tapping their retirement savings accounts for non-retirement needs, raising broad questions about the effectiveness of one of the most important savings vehicles for old age.
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