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Social Security Retirement Age Targeted by the US Government

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 and is filed under Uncategorized

Social Security Benefits Could Be Denied if the Retirement Age ChangesRetirement is a goal for virtually every American worker. For many, however, retirement savings aren’t on the radar; instead, Social Security is the safety net millions of aging employees plan to utilize to stay afloat in the years to come.

While it’s not recommended to rely solely on Social Security in retirement, this is a reality many Americans face. According to the Social Security Administration, 21% of married couples and 43% of unmarried individuals depend on government benefits for 90% or more of their income in retirement.

Unfortunately, times are changing. Read More

The New Retirement Age Should Be…

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 and is filed under Uncategorized

New Retirement AgeRetirement age is a hot topic in the United States, especially as the Baby Boomer generation continues to transition out of the workforce. Although great in its inception, the Social Security program is no longer able to work as it was originally intended; as life expectancies increase, births decrease, and a large generation ages into retirement, the gap between money coming in and money going out continues to grow. Read More