How to Build Social Security’s Insecurity Into Your Retirement Plan

With the COVID-19 economic downturn on everyone’s minds, many clients are concerned about funding their eventual retirements, including whether they can expect help from Social Security benefits. According to experts in the field, there’s a high probability those benefits could be reduced in the next decade.

Steve Parrish, co-director of the New York Life Center for Retirement Income, says with the right tools, advisors can incorporate Social Security insecurity into clients’ plans. Learn how in his latest column from Forbes.

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