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The Insecurity of Social Security in Retirement Planning, Part 1

The Insecurity of Social Security in Retirement Planning, Part 1

Adjunct Professor Steve Parrish
The American College of Financial Services
Forbes
May 18, 2020

In a recently-released report, the trustees of America’s Social Security program say the fund may be running out of time on full-scale distributions. This is bad news for retirees or those soon to be retired banking on Social Security benefits to support their lifestyle.

Steve Parrish, co-director of the New York Life Center for Retirement Income, says while the report isn’t a reason to panic, it also shows advisors and clients may not be able to take Social Security for granted anymore.

Read more of his take in his latest column from Forbes.

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