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How the Pandemic Will Affect Social Security Benefits

How the Pandemic Will Affect Social Security Benefits

The American College of Financial Services
ThinkAdvisor
June 15, 2020

How secure are your clients’ Social Security benefits? That’s the question that was asked in a recent webcast from The American College of Financial Services, and the prognosis—if lawmakers in Washington don’t act to fix the system’s problems—doesn’t look good.

RICP® program director Wade Pfau and co-director of the New York Life Center for Retirement Income Steve Parrish were among our panel of experts, including a former U.S. Senator, who discussed ways to resolve the issues facing Social Security and how to plan for future benefits potentially being cut. Get the write-up from ThinkAdvisor.

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