The Insecurity of Social Security in Retirement Planning, Part Two

In the first part of his new series examining Social Security, Steve Parrish, co-director of the New York Life Center for Retirement Income, said there was evidence Social Security might not be a given for retirement planning anymore. Now, he’s back with suggestions about what lawmakers can do about it and how Americans can prepare for a future where Social Security benefits could be quite different from how they are now, or absent entirely.

More in part two of Parrish’s series in this Forbes column.

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