Mark Miller is a journalist, author and podcaster who is a nationally-recognized expert on trends in retirement and aging. His writing offers a holistic view of retirement security, including healthcare and Medicare, Social Security, retirement investing, midlife careers and housing. He also writes frequently about retirement-related public policy issues, including reform of Social Security, Medicare and workplace retirement plans.

Mark’s work appears at ReutersThe New York TimesMorningstar and WealthManagement.com; he also publishes a free Substack newsletter and podcast on retirement.

Mark’s new book, Retirement Reboot: Common Sense Strategies for Getting Back on Track, will be published in January, 2023 by Agate Publishing.

Mark is the former editor of Crain’s Chicago Business, and Sunday editor of the Chicago Sun-Times.

Recent posts

  • The 8.7% Social Security COLA: An inside look
    On this edition of the podcast, we take a look at the historic 8.7% cost-of-living adjustment in Social Security benefits announced for 2023. The Social Security Administration announced that benefits will rise by 8.7% in 2023. That’s a big raise for […]
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about Social Security’s COLA – and then some
    Later this week, Social Security will announce the largest inflation adjustment to benefits in four decades. With interest in the COLA running very high this year, I posted a story for The New York Times today that answers a range of […]
  • Feds crack down on Joe Namath and William Shatner ads
    You’ve seen the tv ads – football great Joe Namath – or Star Trek legend William Shatner – pitch you on Medicare plans that will “add money back into your Social Security check,” deliver extra benefits and so on. I’ve posted […]