With the economy continuing to sputter, most seniors and Baby Boomers don’t feel all that secure about their retirement finances. How realistic will my budget be for the New Year? Will Social Security and othe retirement income cover all my bills? Are my savings adequate to cover expensive chronic health costs? Seniors can find answers, practical tips and more in a special “Best Ways to Save” issue of The Social Security & Medicare Advisor newsletter free from The Senior Citizens League (TSCL).
In the latest issue of Best Ways to Save, retirees, and those nearing retirement learn:
•The Three Biggest Expenses to Cut In Retirement — Most seniors spend more time clipping coupons to save a few dollars when they do their weekly grocery shopping than they ever spend cutting these three biggies. Spend more time on these and you’ll have more money for groceries and everything else.
•How To Make Smarter Tax Decisions — Higher taxes are in the pipeline for all taxpayers, including seniors. It’s essential to get better acquainted with your tax liabilities now, and to take action to reduce them.
•How To Grow Your Initial Retirement Benefit By 8% Per Year Until Age 70. If you have the choice, learn how delaying your retirement benefit can result in a higher benefit and pay a return today’s CDs and most bonds can’t touch.
•Six Steps to Getting Six Month’s Worth of Prescriptions for the Cost of Two. Get more mileage out of your drug coverage using these tried and true methods. They’ll be lifesavers for you just like the thousands of seniors who have tried them. Editors, a full article with permission to reprint is available.
And, there’s more! “The Best Ways to Save” has helped hundreds of thousands of seniors live better in retirement with valuable tips for getting the most out of Social Security and Medicare benefits and stretching retirement income. To request your free special issue send $1 for postage and handling to: The Senior Citizens League, ATTN: BWTS, 1001 N. Fairfax St., #101, Alexandria, VA 22314. Or visit TSCL on the web at www.SeniorsLeague.org.