What Are the Most Common Retirement Questions You Receive about Social Security?
My husband wants to retire at 62 and start taking Social Security. Is that okay This typically comes up because husbands are often a few years older than their wives, and figure they want to “get their money’s worth” by taking Social Security as early as possible. I think that can be a bad move. Unless you have oodles of money to live on in retirement, you — as a couple — want to maximize your Social Security payout for the longest surviving spouse. It’s important to understand that when one spouse dies, the other spouse is entitled to just one Social Security payment. So you want the surviving spouse to have the biggest possible benefit. Here’s how: Whichever spouse is the higher earner (and thus eligible for a bigger Social Security benefit)…
Rescuers are Shocked to Find What Are In 14 Tubs Left Outside Shelter and Rush to Help...
Rescuers were shocked when they discovered 14 plastic tubs outside their animal sanctuary with something moving inside. Upon investigation, they retrieved a total of 16 kitties. Even with kitten season underway and already hundreds of cats under their care, they refuse to let any of these kittie...
Your New GRTC Transit System
Your New GRTC Transit System GRTC is preparing to implement new routes in the City of Richmond in late 2017. GRTC held 14 public meetings in March to present this new network and receive public input for final tweaks. In April, GRTC requested and received public comment on the recommended placement of added (new) bus stops. This project page will be updated as we progress through the final design, education and implementation of the new City bus routes.
Village Theatre Announces Upcoming Season
A mix of well-known musicals, such as Hairspray, and budding shows, String, are among the five-show lineup in Village Theatre's upcoming season.
Free Landscape Classes (and tips!)
Serving more than 1.5 million people a year, Arlington Public Library holds more than 600,000 items, from books, audiobooks, eBooks, and DVDs, to digital photo collections, genealogy resources, and grant funded kits for parents and teachers.
“No words to describe how cruel it is”: What slashing the Labor Department budget by 21 percent...
Trump's “budget blueprint” would devastate worker safety, job training programs and legal services
Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department
Units from Ashburn and other stations were in action for a water rescue at the Goose Creek Dam yesterday. Good work by all crews!
Charter school facts vs. myths: What NAACP needs to learn
Two Fridays ago, a national debate in education came to Florida: Are charter schools a good thing, and specifically, are they good for children of color? The second part of the question is particularly interesting to the civil-rights organization that hosted a hearing in Orlando to explore it: the NAACP . It’s also a vital question to me as an African-American educator. So, I made the trip from Polk County to speak.
It’s not just Kellyanne: How news organizations inadvertently spread “alternative facts”
The way they construct stories makes it likely that readers will believe things that aren’t true
For decades they hid Jefferson’s relationship with her. Now Monticello is making room for Sally...
A $35 million restoration will showcase the lives of the Founding Father’s slaves.