I am regularly asked by folks how I feel about the future state of Social Security. The answer to this question is particularly important for those approaching retirement within the next 5-10 years, because time is simply not on their side if their anticipated benefits are cut.
Our country is facing some critical challenges to keeping Social Security and Medicare solvent. In this week’s article, I’ll outline some solutions being tossed around and what their potential consequences could be to you.
There’s little difference between Democrats and Republicans in their belief that retirement security is a problem for the country. Reaching a secure retirement isn’t a left or right political consideration, it’s something we’re all reaching for.
Confidence in social security benefits has waned recently, for good reason. How big of a hit will your social security take? This week I discuss challenges with social security and how to manage your risk.
In addition to COVID, there are other factors causing folks to re-think retirement. So, this week, I’d like to discuss a few of these to help you understand key challenges to a successful retirement.
The concept of a dollar being worth less tomorrow than it is today is a scary thought, but a hard reality. So, this week we are digging a little deeper into inflation and specifically how it affects those in retirement.