4 Social Security Tips to Plan Your Retirement

The American College of Financial Services
Cashay
October 23, 2020

With pension plans receding from view, Social Security is becoming ever more important as a fundamental pillar of retirement planning. What does this mean for those who are depending on it to continue living comfortably in their later years?

RICP® program director Wade Pfau says Social Security benefits statements are based on estimates of many different things, and can’t always be taken at face value. Learn more about his suggested approaches for proper planning in this piece from Cashay.

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