Social Security and Part-time Income. What you should know
David A. Littell
These days more Americans than ever before are going to be working past the “traditional” age of retirement. A recent Wells Fargo study of 1000 middle-class Americans showed that nearly 34% of them believe that they’re going to have to work until they reach the tender age of 80 years old.
Dwindling Debt, "Social Security and Part-time Income. What you should know" (2014). In the News. 169.